Tuesday, 3 November 2009


The end of Logie Head is composed of a huge blade of rock with a small window through it. A pair of climbers were gearing up to do some routes on it when I passed.

I arrived in Cullen, home of the famous Cullen Skink
The harbour was very peaceful with none of the summer bustle.

The bow of a traditional boat was reflected perfectly in the still water. This is a closed deck fishing boat of a type once common on the northeast coast.

On the way back to Sandend, the swell bursting on the rocks was creating another kind of soup

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