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Aye was like this the last few days. The swell is falling all the time now jim.
 

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Georgie,

Right enough, leave Lossie until the weather quietens doon. Dan wouldna have been too pleased aboot no getting out, these last few days.

Jim.
 

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I thought this was a a painting at first glance. Really like the 'feel' of it. A salt in the air shot.. super.
Regards, Rick
 

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Rick,

In 1933 a great storm hit the Moray Coast, the original end of the North Pier, was washed away during the height of the storm, what you see today is the rebuilt end of the North Pier. Take a look at this photolink Rick, you will see huge swells inside the harbour entrance.

http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/52762/title/lossiemouth-2c-a-rough-day/cat/505

Jim.
 

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Lossiemouth a once thriving fishing port. If you mention fishing to most who live here now they have no idea what your on about sad really how a whole way of life can just disappear.
 

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