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Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery
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Poster ewn Offline
Posted 04/08/18 09:46 PM
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Calm seas, clear skies, perfect for skimming round the cliffs.

Seagulls are beautiful creatures when they are in their natural environment.






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#525897 - 05/08/18 03:05 AM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
BertR Offline

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Registered: 13/12/09
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Loc: Aerdenhout, The Netherlands
Great pictures,
I am wt family on vacation and visiting Arches National Park (Moab, Utah, USA), except for the water and puffins there are similarities...
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#525921 - 05/08/18 09:24 AM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
ewn Offline

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Registered: 10/04/16
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Loc: NE Scotland
Just googled the arches national park, absolutely spectacular!

Looks a bit too hot for a Scotsman like me, but I’d love to make the trip.

The Bullers of Buchan are igneous rock, Moab looks to be all sedimentary, is that the case?

The other sights I’d like to see are giant trees, somehow, I’ve always had a facination for them, my corner of the world is usually windy so there aren’t many huge ones.

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#525929 - 05/08/18 10:35 AM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
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So that’s the Bullers of Buchan, passed by on quite a number of occasions but never stopped must put it on the “to do” list along with Slain’s Castle. Mind you it took me about 15 years to visit Dunotter Castle after we moved here and that’s not far up the road.
Great photos again Ewan you’ll be getting head hunted by the tourist board.

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#526664 - 09/08/18 10:24 AM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
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Ewn

These are very nice photographs. Please remind me, what are they taken with?

I seem to recall you saying that you only use your camera phone but these look too good.

Maybe it was someone else who said they always use the phone.
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#527091 - 11/08/18 06:44 PM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
ewn Offline

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Yes, it’s just an iPhone 6 ( with the obligatory smashed screen😄)

Here’s one on the pier 7 mins ago, quite like seven as it happens.


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#528605 - 19/08/18 08:20 PM Re: Bullers of Buchan, Scotland’s seaside scenery [Re: ewn]
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Another interesting ship in today, an absolute giant!





This one isn’t mine, it’s from a fisherman on the pair of this trawler, that’s where your haddock probably came from.

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