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Ruby Rocks Portknockie

By hwatt  
A letterbox of clear sky beneath a blanket of grey cloud was all that could be seen of the hoped for sunset at the westerly horizon close to sun down at the stacks around Portknockie in Moray. I couldn't see how the sun could fail to drop beneath that blanket so I waited for 15 minutes and for three minutes crimson blood red light streamed beneath the cloud layer and bounced its way betwixt sea and sky staining guano covered bird **** rock and it's iconic brother Bowfiddle Rock like hot coals in a grate. Twas stunning against the steel coloured sea and swirling spray.

Tags: Red Rocks Cliffs Sea Coast Turbulent Moray Portknockie Landscape and travel

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10 32 5 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2020 4:17PM
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