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Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye

Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye

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CNES, 2005 DISTRIBUTION SPOT IMAGE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY 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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