Visiting Carlingnose point pier, Forth estuary.

After years of looking at this pier online it was time to visit it. Was a great morning at North Queensferry.

This pier was used during the wars and is slowly dissapearing, more info can be found below.

https://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/200396739-north-queensferry-carlingnose-submarine-mining-station-inverkeithing#.WmkLp3nLhhE

https://scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/record/hes/84209/north-queensferry-carlingnose-point/rcahms

https://canmore.org.uk/site/84209/north-queensferry-carlingnose-point

https://canmore.org.uk/event/1026154

Thank you for the support and watching
Jacques

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Aberdour pier at sunrise

Right after finishing off at Grangemouth I crossed the Forth looking for one of two piers I found using Google maps.

Arrived at Aberdour with 30min to go before sunrise. I was very lucky to have low tide as well which allowed extra potential photos.

Lots of long exposures photos followed using my tripod, remote trigger, ND filter, 24-105mm L F4 and Canon 7D. I thought I will give the 7D a try and if it goes well get rid of the 1D mark III (get another 7D as a backup camera). Finally left after midday feeling like I had some good fun and might have some great shots.

Here’s the 1st bunch taken around sunrise.

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