photographs of the isle of noss and the isle of bressay located to the east of
shetland mainland. Noss is a Scottish National Nature reserve - scottish natural
hertitage. This small isle whose dramatic outline rises to a height of nearly
600 feet at the noup is home to puffins, gannets, fulmars, herring gulls, kittiwakes,
guillemots, razorbills plus much more... Artic skuas and bonxies battle it out
on the cliff tops of this peaceful isle. The ferry takes you across noss sound
from bressay and a walk around the island takes about 3 to 4 hours. Royalty Free
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island measures 7 miles by 3 miles and is linked to shetland mainland by a ferry
taking 5 minutes to cross from lerwick.The highest point is ward hill at 742 feet.
There are dramatic sea cliff's and caves and many varieties of seabirds to observe.
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