Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Diagonal Lines

In response to “Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Diagonal Lines“, I’ve enclosed seven photos taken from in, and around Fife.

I’ve also posted three extra photos, for Thanksgiving, showing things I am grateful for, about living in Fife.


 

The first of the photos for Cee’s Challenge is of Cramond Harbour, on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The second photo is from the village looking down towards Cramond Harbour. The next two photos were taken in Fife’s capital, Dunfermline. The next two images show two churches in villages on the outskirts of Glenrothes, and the final photograph comes from the very picturesque village of Culross.

Cramond Harbour

Cramond Harbour

View down Cobbled Lane to Cramond Harbour

View down Cobbled Lane to Cramond Harbour

 

Dunfermline High Street looking towards the Guildhall & Linen Exchange

Dunfermline High Street looking towards the Guildhall & Linen Exchange

 

Dunfermline High Street looking towards the City Chambers

Dunfermline High Street looking towards the City Chambers

 

Leslie St Pauls Church

Leslie St Paul’s Church

 

Markinch - St Drostans Church

Markinch – St Drostan’s Church

 

View from Mercat Cross up Tanhouse Brae - Culross

View from Mercat Cross up Tanhouse Brae – Culross

 


 

These extra three photographs are of things that make me tick in Fife!! The first is the views from the Lomond Hills (and the Hills themselves), the second is an example of some of Fife’s wonderful wildlife, and the final photo is of a wee bit of the geology of Fife, which is quite amazing!!

View from West Lomond

View from West Lomond

 

Meadow Cranesbill

Meadow Cranesbill

 

Howie Limestone - Crinoid Stem fragments

Howie Limestone – Crinoid Stem fragments

 

 

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