When I hear “landslip,” I think of clay or soft soils on steep slopes. I don’t think of jagged, rocky peaks like these, in the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye.
But Wiki is pretty clear: not only is this an area that can be characterized as a landslip, it’s still, umm, slipping. I don’t remember our engaging tour guides mentioning that when we were standing on it.
I also don’t remember seeing the white van when I was composing this shot, but I’m glad it’s there to add some scale to a ridiculously impressive scene.
Sharing is good . . .