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Feathers on the rock

It’s Friday, and time for a flashback to an old Travel with Intent post.

I’m whisking us back to Bass Rock, a place I adore, whether I’m viewing it from water or from land. And I’ve chosen to feature it again today because I’m currently enjoying The Bass Rock by Evie Wyld.

Don’t ruffle your feathers

Originally posted May 14, 2019, images 2016-2019

Bass Rock, Firth of Forth, August 2016

 The gannets might ruffle theirs, but watching them has the opposite effect on me.

Bass Rock, August 2016

Bass Rock, August 2016

Bass Rock, April 2019

 Bass Rock is worth visiting at any time of year – well, any time that the boats operate (dependent on the highly variable weather). An early trip in Spring, will see the birds arriving and a much quieter atmosphere than mid-summer.

Bass Rock, April 2019


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 14 May 2021

Posted as part of Fandango’s Flashback Friday

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