A fisherman in MacDuff Harbour, Scotland, baits his creels…
The fishing vessel Lilly Oak sits on her cradle on the slip at MacDuff Harbour, Scotland. The slip is a long sloping concrete ramp (image coming soon) used to haul boats out of the water for repair and repainting. The cradle that supports the ships runs on railway lines on the slip.
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The Scarborough trawler Courage early this morning, fishing nets ready….
Queue might just be the newest collective noun…
….not sure how you pronounce that one!
The sea really is very big…
Troup Head is a RSPB sanctuary not far from where we live in Banff. Some magnificent scenery and the sanctuary is teaming with birds and other wildlife. So good that we have these protected sites in the Scotland.
At first we thought it was a sheep but then, look at its head, it looks like a cow. It must be a cross between a sheep and a cow and so it is a sheow!
There were two of us out and about with our lenses rampant!