I have already shared one Friday photo of cliffs in Caithness, but the places where the sea meets the land — these are full of marvels.

As I already threatened (in the post I linked to), I will soon be sharing a series of notes, photographs, snippets and thoughts on this corner of Scotland I have inhabited for the last few years. This natural arch is on a walk I shall be talking about in one of these pieces.

natural stone arch caithness wick sarclet seabirds, rocks and cliffs with the sea in the background.
Natural arch along the Caithness coast, just south of Wick. This pathway, along past the castle and towards Sarclet, is full of stunning cliffs. It is entirely possible to walk out across the top of this arch, standing on a bridge of stone with the birds flying beneath you.

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Friday Photo #5 An Arch, Nooks and Crannies

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3 thoughts on “Friday Photo #5 An Arch, Nooks and Crannies

  • July 11, 2017 at 19:10
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    Beautiful scenery reminding me of good old days

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    • July 12, 2017 at 01:15
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      It is a wonderful part of the world, especially at this time of year, when all the wild flowers are in full bloom – quite different from where I am right now in Chiang Mai (also lovely, but in a much warmer way!)! Many thanks for your comment!

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    • July 12, 2017 at 08:26
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      Devils’ bridge it is called i remember all of a sudden

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