The call of the sea

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The Firth of Forth is breathtakingly beautiful this morning as I travel, on what is said to be one of the most scenic railway journeys in the world, to a meeting in Kirkcaldy.

I didn't get my iPhone out in time to share the scene from the Forth Rail Bridge of the islands, through the mist which was just starting to be burnt off by the low angled sun. Perhaps the ship yard at Burntisland is not exactly scenic, but how refreshing to see some sea-related industry rather than new flats in a filled-in harbour. What a day to be on the water! And with a rowing-and-sailing dinghy it would be a joy even without a breath of wind like today. But time for my meeting…

 

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About Osbert Lancaster

Creating ripples to foster sustainability. Seeking solace & clarity on the sea by sail & oar.

One comment

  1. Anonymous

    Just looked at these photos myself on the big screen – just goes to show the iPhone camera is not up to much anyway and certainly can’t cope with shots into the sun from a moving train.I promise it was a wonderful morning!

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