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A panorama of a view over the Irish Sea and the Mull of Oa from just below Beinn Mhór: On the left in the distance the silhouette of Ireland. The sea is a good 100m below us here, these are among the highest cliffs on Islay. Just in front behind the rocky section Eilean a' Bhaird (the tiny rocky island). Behind it Port an Eas cuts into the cliffs, Dùn Athad is on the top of the cliffs with the narrow ridge going out into the sea. Only just visible behind it Port nan Gallan, the Mull of Oa behind it. The American Monument can be made out on the top. Turning further right you can make out the Rhinns of Islay on the other side of Loch Indaal. Closer to us you can see Upper Killeyan farm, just to the left of the ridge in front of us (you'll need to zoom in to see it). And finally to the right the hill/cliffs climb up the summit of Beinn Mhòr (202m).

You can navigate by pointing your mouse over the panorama and moving it while pressing the mouse button. You can zoom in/out with the +/- controls just under the panorama.

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