(All images © Rachel Husband Photography)
Gruinard Island, Scotland, taken on a very clear and bright day showing the beautiful blue sea and cloud reflections. Seals can often be seen basking on the rocks that are situated at the bottom of this picture.
However although the Island looks very picturesque today, it does hold a somewhat murky past as was used for Anthrax testing in 1942 and was quarantined for almost 50 years, hence also gaining the name 'Anthrax Island.'
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