2 thoughts on “Low Tide

  1. We’ve just come back from our morning walk along the oceanfront at our place on Tasmania’s east coast. Five minutes ago I was looking at orange lichen-covered rocks and strands of bull kelp – now here I virtually am, in Scotland. It is indeed a small world. How high does your tide rise? To the top of the posts?

    • It gets to the top, or at least it must do, because I hadn’t noticed them before. The beaches round the loch have chunks of concrete, bricks, and industrial detritus among the natural stones, from Campbeltown’s past. I had always imagined sand in your part of the world. You have to go 5 miles across the peninsula to the Atlantic coast for that.

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