Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

Please click on Low Tide at Dunbar to see the photograph large size.The details really are much clearer.

When images are shown of Dunbar, they usually concentrate upon the harbour, where the fort, the castle and the eclectic mix of boats are obvious attractions.

I thought I would stray away from the normal and show you the sea front and the changes that occur between low and high tides.

The photographs are taken from opposing aspects but the church tower will orientate you.

This is the sea front at low tide. It is possible to walk along here, following the John Muir way, and experience excellent views as well as observe sea birds.
Although the sky looks relatively bright, the town was quite dark, under cloud so I have brightened it just a little but not enough to alter the atmosphere.

I will show a similar view, as a workshop, here showing Dunbar at high tide.

I wish you a happy week, Bev :-)

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