📍Cramond Island • • • A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd


📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd
📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd
📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd
📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd
📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd
📍Cramond Island
• • • 
A tidal island off the coast of Edinburgh. The highest tide reaches around 5m, while during low tide water level sits around 1m allowing you to walk across to the island. The stones along the walking path date back to the war when it was constructed as an anti-submarine net. #neature #historynerd

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ADPY (@andy_dow_photography)

Hi, I saw your link on Remote Wanderluster’s Facebook. Love your travels & I’ve followed your insta. If you get a chance have a look at mine @andy_dow_photography

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