A pill box for the Second World War Moray sea defences slips in to the dunes.
Posted July 20, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Beach, Coast, Landscape
Tagged with Beach, Burghead, Coast, Coastal, Colour, creativity, Defence, Historical, Landscape, lightscape, LSSi, Moray, Photography, Reflection, Scotland, Scott_Marshall, sea defences, second world war, skm1963, slips, Texture, travel
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Is the area being looked after at all, or could that pill box eventually slip into the sea? Beautiful white sand, and a really nicely balanced pic.
Amazing to see how nature tries to cover all traces,thats why we should reflect,remember,pass on and not forget when its no longer visible with the eye anymore..Deep I know,just sharing my thoughts looking at this picture,which I would double like if I could btw
True pretty deep observations but accurate ones, Time returns most things from whence they came.
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