Monday, December 02, 2013
A distinct lack of malodour down in the Kirkcudbright mud.
a new marine outfall was built in 2006 and the sewage treatment works' effluent is now discharged about 10km away, under the sea at the mouth of Kircudbright Bay.
seen better days.
St Mary's Isle. The "isle" was the site of a priory dating back to the 12th century but nowadays it is just a secular peninsula. The channel between the isle and the mainland has long since silted up and the monks have long gone..
Little Ross island and its lighthouse appeared over the mudflats.