Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye

Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye

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Credit: CNES, 2005 DISTRIBUTION SPOT IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cuillin mountains. SPOT satellite image of the Cuillin mountain range (centre to lower right) on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. The Cuillins are divided into two groups; the Black Cuillins (grey) and the Red Cuillins (dark brown). The Black Cuillins are composed of basalt and gabbro, they are mostly bare rock and form jagged out- croppings. The Red Cuillins are composed of granite and are more rounded and covered in vegetation. The highest point in the range is at 910 metres above sea level.

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