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Destitution Wall, Beinn Dearg
Back Black & White p3

An extraordinary dry stone dyke runs for several miles along the east-west summit ridge of Beinn Dearg. Built in the mid 1840s during the potato famine by starving crofters in return for food, the wall stands as a monument to the harsh Highland living conditions in the 19th century.

Date: 20 April 2011
Location : Bein Dearg, Wester Ross
Nikon D300, Nikkor lens 29mm. 1/80s f16 ISO200
Image reference bw192. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

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