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True-colour satellite image of northwest Scotland

True-colour satellite image of northwest Scotland

E076/0168

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Caption

Northwest Scotland. Satellite image of northwest Scotland, including the Hebrides islands. The colours approximate to natural tones. North is at top. The mainland is largely covered by the Highlands. The area at bottom right includes the highest point in the British Isles, Ben Nevis (1343 metres). The Hebrides are divided into two groups by the Little Minch Strait (at upper left). The largest Outer Hebrides and Inner Hebrides islands are Lewis with Harris (at upper left), and Skye (at centre) respectively. This region is very sparsely populated. Image taken by a Landsat-5 satellite.

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