Scrabster after the harvest

Scrabster – on the north coast and in the county of Caithness is best known as being a ferry port with sailings to the Orkney Islands. It was also the port of disembarkation when Queen Elizabeth II - as part of her summer holiday journey to Balmoral Castle - stopped off to see her late mother who stayed in her Castle of Mey home during the summer months.

The above picture was taken by Rob (early October; 10am)

Rob, 16/08/2011

Scrabster wtih the harvest in
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