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(March 20-25, 2007)

John Wilson

Nunhead Cemetery

Robin Wilson


Scotland, UK

6.30am GMT 20th March 2007

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The curved shingle bay below the village of Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400's, as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity.

Smuggling in Catterline was a popular means of supplementing fishing incomes, hence The Watch House. The Watchie was built, I believe, in the early 1800's, and can just be seen on the far right of the cliff top. It is now used as a studio where artists are drawn by the atmosphere and the light of this intriguing wee village.
Canon 350D with Sigma 8mm. Stitched with: PTMac

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