From Tentsmuir sands a low sea perspective of washed-up items from the shoreline.
Perhaps it was many summers exploring the island of Millport as a child that explain my love of the seaside. The screetch of seagulls brought a wave of happiness as you awoke then realised the noise meant a day roaming rocks and beach. Oh and the inevitable wet shoes by lunch which somehow made mum unhappy.
These shots were taken in Dornoch on Scotland’s north east coast. We took the family camping a few years and always had great weather. Its ‘big sky’ country, akin to Montana’s rolling fields, blue skies and dramatic cloud formations. A performance of microscopic water droplets on a Wagnerian scale. These are detail shots of the beach.