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I took this picture yesterday on a drive through one of my favourite areas, the East Neuk of Fife. This is the small harbour in the little fishing village of Crail, a much smaller and quieter place than Pittenweem, its near neighbour.

Crail has an ancient history, settlement certainly having been here for over a thousand years and the village having been made a royal burgh by Robert the Bruce in 1310. You can read more about this little place on the wonderful "Undiscovered Scotland" website here.

Shot late on a sunny afternoon using a polarising filter and converted and edited in PSE6.

All comments/critiques/advice welcome!

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