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North Queensferry

Visited North Queensferry, which is on the Fife side of the Firth of Forth. I’ve taken photographs of the Forth Bridge from the Lothians side before, this was the first time from the Fife side.

This was the one I liked the most.

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Crail, Fife

This is the village of Crail which sits on the Fife coast, looking out over the Firth of Forth, the sea is behind me, sort of!

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Lobster Creels

Lobster Creels in Crail Harbour, Fife,

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Sea Gull and the Heron

Spotted these two whilst walking along the beach at St Andrews, Fife. It would seem Gulls and Herons are not the best of mates, the Gull kept dive bombing the Heron, which didn’t seem much fussed, it just ducked occasionally. Bit far out, even with the 300mm zoom, but you get the idea.

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Balbirnie, Fife

Some pictures I took today in Balbirnie Park near Markinch in Fife,

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Modern rural view

Returned to an area in Fife, Scotland, today, I saw these views, in years gone by it would have been just farmland, now it has wind turbines and a petro-chemical plant in the background, it’s still not a bad view, the turbines were not here the last time I photographed here, I know they are not liked by everyone , but they’ve got to be better than a power station.

Some help from photoshop and here is the result

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Kennoway War Memorial

Another of my occasional posts featuring War Memorials. This one is in Kennoway, Fife.

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Recently the Scottish Government has announced a one million pound fund to refurbish Memorials in Scotland to coincide with the hundredth anniversary of the First World War. Not often I say well done to our politicians, but they should be applauded for this decision.

 

Brooding

Took this the other night, its a petro-chemical plant in Fife, Scotland, are these the” dark satanic mills” of our time?

Pylon

Over in Fife again yesterday, noticed these pylons, I suppose they are a bit of a blot on the landscape, but I thought these ones looked interesting, can a pylon be interesting? Anyway here you are,

 

 

I did a couple of versions of this image, quite liked them both,

Wandering we will go.

Made my way over into Fife today, which meant crossing the Forth,

on arrival in Fife I met one of the locals, he seemed friendly,

then it was onto a spot of gourmet dining,

so this is life in the fast lane!

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