The dramatic Kilt Rock Waterfall. The name Kilt is derived from the columns formed in the cliffs and thought to resemble the pleats in a Highland Kilt. The waters for the falls come from nearby Loch Mealt at Ellishadder, near Staffin on the North East tip of the Isle of Skye. North West Scotland. Also a reminder of a rare day of sunshine across the Hebridean Islands.
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