Last night whilst down at Kirkcaldy beach, I decided to try my hand at some evening/night time photography. The results were fairly pleasing, but I kept things nice and simple by using the ‘monochromatic‘ setting on the camera.
The first photograph is taken from the promenade above Kirkcaldy beach, looking almost due south towards Edinburgh. You can see Inchkeith Island slightly to the left of centre, with the lights of Edinburgh to it’s right. Seafield Castle is just visible on the headland to the far right of the photo.
The second photograph is of Kirkcaldy Beach looking northwards towards Pathhead and it’s high rise flats. The birds in the foreground are oystercatchers.
The third photo is another one looking south again towards Prestonpans and Longniddry.
All the above photos had exposure times from between 15 to 60 seconds.