Saint Fillan’s Cave

Is it a door or is it a gate? Let’s compromise and call it a gate in a doorway.

This little grotto was said to be the dwelling place of the Christian ascetic Saint Fillan. It’s very small, which is why it’s tucked away in a a little alleyway in Pittenweem.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Doors

Across The Forth

You may think that this image of the Firth of Forth was captured at sunset. However, it was actually taken just before noon and is looking due south from the Fife village of Pittenweem towards East Lothian in the distance.

It’s all a matter, when shooting into the sun, of keeping the sun itself out of the image.

I think it certainly fits the brief for this week’s ‘Fun Foto’ theme of ‘water, water everywhere’.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: ‘Water, water everywhere’

Rough And Rocky

I would strongly advise against trying to negotiate your way across these rocks on the shore at Pittenweem. There are surely easier ways to break an ankle.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bumpy or Lumpy

Stone Steps

No doubt a safety hazard, but these stone steps have obviously survived everything the Noth Sea has thrown at them for a very long time.

CMMC 24 November 2021

At Anchor, Pittenweem

Fishing boats at anchor in the inner harbour of Pittenweem.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: On Water