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An isolated sandbank at low tide on the south side of Aberlady Bay. Razor clam shells are littered along the edge and the bank itself is made up of small pieces of countless millions of shells. Two large oil tankers can be seen on the horizon waiting maybe for the tide or the price of oil to turn. The hills behind are in Fife.

shot at iso 50, polariser, very windy.

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Additional Photos by Dougie Johnston (dougie) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 269 W: 16 N: 486] (2523)
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