Bloody St Andrews and The East Neuk.

St Andrews is mostly known for golf, but if you ignore that, there’s a whole collection of historical anecdotes about various bloody deeds.

It is on the north-eastern tip of the Kingdom of Fife, looking out onto the North Sea, meaning that it is generally susceptible to cold onshore winds.

If you are looking for an interesting place to do photography, I’d recommend a trip. We also went down to the ‘East Neuk‘, which is the name given top the small set of fishing villages (Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans [or Monance] and Elie) running along the south-east coast of Fife at the entrance to the Firth of Forth, with views across to The Isle of May and Edinburgh.

Anyway, we were lucky to be given somewhere to stay for the weekend right in the centre of St Andrews so, naturally, I took some shots. I’ve posted more than I normally would as I promised to share a decent selection to those kind enough to let us stay there.

St Andrews

Jellyfish.
Jellyfish.
Jellyfish.
Jellyfish.
Good Rolls.
Good Rolls.
Noctilucent Cloud.
Noctilucent Cloud.
Bonkers.
Bonkers.
Setting Sun.
Setting Sun.
Setting Sun.
Setting Sun.
Fish And Chips.
Fish And Chips.
Do You Enter?
Do You Enter?
Underground.
Underground.

The Tower And The Wall. Underground.

Oops.
Oops.
Cycling Strictly Prohibited.
Cycling Strictly Prohibited.
The East Sands.
The East Sands.
Craggy.
Craggy.
Along The Coast.
Along The Coast.
Path Shadows.
Path Shadows.
Old News.
Old News.

 The East Neuk

Pittenweem,1874.
Pittenweem,1874.
Cloudy Seas.
Cloudy Seas.
Cloudy Seas.
Cloudy Seas.
The Lone Fisherwoman.
The Lone Fisherwoman.

TheLone Fisherwoman.

Danger!
Danger!
Towards St Monance.
Towards St Monance.
Crail Harbour.
Crail Harbour.
Crail Harbour.
Crail Harbour.
Well Used.
Well Used.
Well Used.
Well Used.
Just Resting.
Just Resting.
Crail Harbour.
Crail Harbour.
Sitting In The Shade.
Sitting In The Shade.
Crail Harbour.
Crail Harbour.
At Crail.
At Crail.

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