Year of 2017


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Crail Harbour, Scotland

Many small towns and fishing villages line the northern shore of Scotland’s Firth of Forth. This cozy shot shows Crail Harbour, where fishing boats and small craft are docked for the night. The village of Crail dates back to the era of the Pictish tribes, the Iron Age Celts who lived in eastern and northern Scotland.


Crail; Scottish Gaelic: Cathair Aile is a former royal burgh, parish and community council area in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. The civil parish has a population of 1,812.

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