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St Ninians Isle
Photo By Kevin Finlay

  • Title: St Ninians Isle
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Nearest Area: Shetland Islands
  • Nearest Town: Bigton
  • Brief Directions: The nearest settlement is Bigton on South Mainland of Shetland. It's also very well signposted from the local aiport/Ferry Terminal
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: St Ninian's isle is a small island connected by the largest active tombolo in the UK to the south-western coast of the Mainland, Shetland. The tombolo, known locally as an ayre from the Old Norse for 'gravel beach', is 500 metres long. Except at extremely high tides, the sand is above sea level and accessible to walkers. Depending on the definition used St. Ninian's is thus either an island, or a peninsula.
  • Gear: Nikon D40 + Kit lens
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