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This beautiful panoramic of Loch Bracadale and the surrounding coast was shot from atop the hill where the Broch at Dunbeag is located on the Isle of Skye. The base image for this art was shot with my Canon 5DSR 50MP camera and the detail is brilliant! The second image provided is of a 66" long side size blown up 400%! This panoramic is available in virtually any size you may wish, even length by width ratio. I have some basic reference sizes listed, but if you have a preferred size not listed you need just ask. There is no extra charge for ordering a custom size. The detail is so exquisite I can print this to the maximum capacity of the large format Epson SP-9000 I own. Skye is really a world of its own. Such grandiose beauty is hard to find anywhere on our planet, but it is all on Skye. I cannot define this beautiful Scottish island any better than on Google, "The largest island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago, it has an indented coastline of peninsulas and narrow lochs, radiating out from a mountainous interior. The town of Portree, a base for exploring the island, features harbour side pubs and boutiques."

Loch Bracadale

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