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From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach, Edinburgh

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From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach, Edinburgh

emma lamb

 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach | Emma Lamb

Yesterday afternoon, as we have done a lot this summer, we enjoyed a very British ‘car picnic’ before taking a walk out onto Cramond Beach on the outskirts of Edinburgh. It looked pretty dramatic with incredible bulging rain clouds overhead and heavy rain showers meandering their way up the Fife coast. We arrived just before high tide so out on the sandy beach Spanner had time to dig his compulsory 'epic' hole to perpetually drop his squeaky toys into and dig them out again and again and again and again. While he was squeaking and barking and squeaking and barking I took a few minutes to just stand and admire this stunning view...

 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach looking east over the Firth of Forth to Inchkeith Island | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach looking north across the Firth of Forth to the Fife coastline | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach looking out to Cramond Island | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach looking west up the Firth of Forth towards the world famous Forth Rail Bridge | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach | Emma Lamb
 From Where I Stand - Cramond Beach | Emma Lamb

The view starts by looking south to the carpark, then to the east over the Firth of Forth to Inchkeith Island before turning north to the Fife coast and those beautiful rain showers, then Cramond Island and eventually to the east where the world famous Forth Rail Bridge is just a little further up the Forth, before coming right back to the beginning again. It is one of my favourite places around Edinburgh as the view is ever changing thanks to the weather and even when the summer sun isn’t shining because of impressive cloud scenes like these I don’t mind one bit!

Emma

 

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