Photos of the Quiraing, Isle of Skye, Highland
About the Quiraing
The Quiraing is a stunning geological landscape in the north of the Isle of Skye, on the Trotternish peninsula. It offers some of the best known scenery on Skye thanks to its Jurassic-like resemblance. The best views are from The Fortress looking back along the path towards the hills resembling dinosaur backs.
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These Scottish photos are taken with a Canon 350D digital camera and are available in all sizes:
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The pixel size of the original images is 3456 x 2304 (resolution is 8 megapixels).
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The images on this page can be used to produce prints of up to 11.52 inch x 7.68 inch (29 cm x 20 cm) at 300 dpi (A4 paper size) or 17.28 inch x 11.52 inch (44 cm x 29 cm) at 200 dpi (A3 paper size).
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