2. The Fishwife: Below is what is written on the statue’s plaque.
“In Nairn, when the fishing industry was at its height in the late 19th century, the fishwife played a very important role within the community. As well as being responsible for caring for house and family, she also gathered bait, baited lines, gathered durkins (pine cones for smoking fish) prepared and smoked fish, including the famous “Nairn Spelding” then sold them throughout the local area from the creel on her back.”
3. Nairn at sunset: the skies here are so amazing and I don’t think I’ll ever tire at looking at the amazing artwork that is created by the clouds and the sun as it says goodby to the day.
4. Harbour at dusk: it’s a small harbour but it manages to squeeze in quite a large number of different sized boats.
5. Harbour at night: I’m not very good at taking night shots normally as I’m not very steady with my hands and haven’t got a tripod, but was really pleased with how this one came out.
There you have it, the five photos for the theme of my town, but basically it’s my beach and harbour.
Until next time, be good, stay safe, and take a look at what makes your area special for you.
Pamela & Ken