Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
Michael Laing
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A walk along the shore from Kinghorn to Kirkcaldy


Sunrise over Arthur's Seat viewed from my kitchen window early in the morning of 8th April, 2003.


Sunrise over Arthur's Seat viewed from my kitchen window early in the morning of 8th April, 2003.


St. Clair's Entry, a narrow lane off the Nethergate, Kinghorn, Fife, 8th April, 2003.


Looking down South Overgate, Kinghorn, Fife, through the railway viaduct to Nethergate, 8th April, 2003.


The Auld Hoose, Trongate, Kinghorn, Fife, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A seal basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


Somebody's coming to see me! A seal in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


Seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A group of seals basking on rocks in the Firth of Forth near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A rock-pool left by the receding tide near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


A rock-pool left by the receding tide near Seafield, Kirkcaldy, 8th April, 2003.


Kirkcaldy Town House viewed on 8th April, 2003. It was designed in the 1930s but wasn't completed until the early 1950s, due to the Second World War. In my opinion, it's a fairly rare example of a genuinely-attractive modern building.
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