Explore Moray Coastal, Coastal Trail and more!

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made remnants of the Second World War that have become part of our coastal landscape         Marc Wilson, 46, travelled 23,000 miles to photograph 143 sites in Britain, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway: (pic:Concrete tank defences in the forests near Lossiemouth, Moray)

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made coastal remnants of WW2

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made remnants of the Second World War that have become part of our coastal landscape Marc Wilson, 46, travelled 23,000 miles to photograph 143 sites in Britain, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway: (pic:Concrete tank defences in the forests near Lossiemouth, Moray)

Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie - Portknockie (Scottish Gaelic: Port Chnocaidh, the hilly port) is a coastal village on the Moray Firth within Moray, Scotland

Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie - Portknockie (Scottish Gaelic: Port Chnocaidh, the hilly port) is a coastal village on the Moray Firth within Moray, Scotland

Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie, Scotland.  Portknockie is a coastal village on the Moray Firth in northeast Scotland, in Moray. Nearby towns include Banff, Buckie, Findochty and Cullen. Wikipedia

Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie, Scotland. Portknockie is a coastal village on the Moray Firth in northeast Scotland, in Moray. Nearby towns include Banff, Buckie, Findochty and Cullen. Wikipedia

The Bow Fiddle Rock at Portknockie is very photographic! Portknockie is a coastal village on the Moray Firth within Moray, Scotland.The village's name is written as Portknockies in the Old Parish ...

The Bow Fiddle Rock at Portknockie is very photographic! Portknockie is a coastal village on the Moray Firth within Moray, Scotland.The village's name is written as Portknockies in the Old Parish ...

Pinterest
Search