Tag Archives: Fife Coastal Path

Silverburn: in the flux and flow of place

≈ We are walking out, along the shoreline, from Leven towards Lundin Links. Coastal energies are in full flow, our field of vision filled with an excess of sand, sea and sky. In the distance, an intensity of white light … Continue reading

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Three steps …

≈ Three steps  may be all it takes to alter our perception of place ≈ A fairly idyllic view taken last weekend from the Fife Coastal Path at Dalgety Bay. An expansive sky animated by great dollops of scudding cloud, … Continue reading

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Into the Void – A Field Trip

It is often the shortest journey, undertaken with least expectation, that offers up an excess of possibility beyond what we expect to see. It’s always worth exploring the other side of the barbed wire fence. Never keep to the path. … Continue reading

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Carlingnose Point – NT135 809 O.S. Sheet 65

Part of the Fife Coastal Path between North Queensferry and Inverkeithing. Supposedly named by Norse sailors, given its physical resemblance to an old witch’s nose. The carlin caught her by the rump, And left poor Maggie scarce a stump. For … Continue reading

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