HFF from Edinburgh

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25 Sep 2021

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HFF from Edinburgh

Taken from the end of Wardie Pier looking towards The Kingdom of Fife. The PIP shows a long distance photo, taken from Wardie, of the 3 bridges across the Firth of Forth. The one in the foreground is the iconic rail bridge, the second one is the old road bridge, which is used occasionally, and the 2 vertical pillars furthest away are the supports for the new road bridge which we watched being constructed.

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18 Sep 2016

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Edinburgh morning light

21 Sep 2019

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Newhaven harbour and lighthouse.

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25 Sep 2021

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3 swimmers

There is a substantial group of women swimmers, of which my daughter is one, who go for a daily dook in the Firth of Forth whatever the weather. Some men also join in. I have used Silver Effex to protect the identity of the insane. They informed me that the sea was quite warm on that day.

21 Sep 2019

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Newhaven Harbour.

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25 Sep 2021

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Neptune - looking a bit cross about plastic pollution of the sea

Stencil graffiti showing Neptune with plastic bags caught on his trident, and plastic bottles floating around. Seen on the breakwater at Granton Harbour, Edinburgh.

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26 Sep 2021

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Mermaid for Nick, from LGM

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26 Sep 2021

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Sunrise on Newhaven

The island that is visible to the left of the photo is Inchkeith (from the Scottish Gaelic: Innis Cheith). It is administratively part of the Fife council area. The Newhaven Harbour Lighthouse, just seen in the centre of the photo, was established in 1869 and built by James Dove and Company, Edinburgh. It is a 50 foot high octagonal cast-iron tower. It was decommissioned in 1930. In 2018 the lighthouse was relit by Forth Ports, with colour changing LEDs for decorative purposes.

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26 Sep 2021

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HFF from Newhaven

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