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The Isle of Skye is possibly the most visited, and certainly the most photographed, of the all the islands comprising the Inner Hebrides.

For many years, the only method of accessing the island was by (expensive) ferry. Since the mid 1990s, however, access has been by means of a bridge. Opinion is divided on the subject of the bridge: on the one hand, the bridge improves access for the islanders but, on the other hand, it brings Skye within day-trip range of the highly populated Central Belt of Scotland, giving rise to increasing tourist numbers which are not always as beneficial to the Island as is sometimes imagined.

Whilst the weather is ever-changeable (hence the saying: "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes!"), the light is always magical.
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