St. Abbs and Cove :: East Coast of Scotland
I didn’t mean for more than a month to pass between posts! January seems to have gone by so quickly. I don’t want the year to start flying past me, but I am looking forward to spring. It was 9°F here this morning just north of “It’s-Going-to-Snow-Two-or-Three-Inches-But-Let’s-Not-Close-the-Schools-Because-We’re-Awesome-at-Driving-in-the-Snow” Atlanta.
It has taken me longer than expected to go through all of my photographs from my trip to Scotland last September. I took somewhere around 1,500 pictures, so that could be the reason =) My one request during our trip was to make it out to the coast. It think it’s in my blood to want to be near crashing waves, gloomy skies and seagulls. I just love it.
The day that we drove out to the east coast ended up being pretty drizzly and overcast. Luckily, by the time we reached St. Abbs and Cove the rain had stopped. The remaining overcast skies really suit photographs of the coast so I didn’t mind too much about that. Colors really pop out on overcast days and the clouds set a mood and tone that I love to capture in my images.
(Above: Cove, Scotland – If you enjoy beach combing for glass, stones and other bits and pieces this is a good place to visit)