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The tide coming in at a pebbled beach near Portnahaven at the southern end of the Inner Hebridean island of Islay on Scotland's west coast. Islay was the fifth largest Scottish island and the sixth largest island surrounding Great Britain. The island's capital was Bowmore, famous for its distillery and distinctive round Kilarrow Parish Church and in 2007 the island had just over three thousand inhabitants.