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Grassy dunes flank the sands of Achnahaird Bay in Wester Ross. Tough Marram grass Ammophila arenaria grows in tussocks, its matted roots helping stabilise the dunes allowing them to be colonised by other species. Once harvested and woven for fishing nets, marram grass has glossy, rolled leaves, which enable it to tolerate the dry conditions in this sandy environment. Inland, the dunes give way to salt marsh, mud flats and machair, which in winter become habitat for thousands of waders, wigeon and brent geese.

Photograph by Iain Macleod

About Iain Macleod

Iain spends much of his time in the mountains and wild places of the UK. His photography is an attempt to convey some of the atmosphere and feeling of being in these special places.

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