Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Low tide


Yesterday was a gorgeous day in Scotland and a bank holiday for some. With the benefit of the sunshine I returned to Newhaven Harbour for a few pictures of some of the boats moored there. Apparently it's quite cheap to have a boat at Newhaven because there is only a small window of opportunity at high tide to manoeuvre out of the narrow opening next to the lighthouse (see photo of 13 May). And as you can see, low tide means really low water here!

2 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Not a good spot to hide the family jewels. Low tide would expose them to all I guess. Do they ever find bodies or stolen things when the tide goes out?

Ackworth Born said...

mud mud glorious mud!