Tentsmuir Forest and Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve are in north east Fife, Scotland. Covering some 50 square miles (130 km2), the forest was originally sand dunes and moorland before acquisition by the Forestry Commission in the 1920s. The forest consists mainly of Scots Pine and Corsican Pine.
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An image from my archives. This was taken in April 2011. Particularly beautiful skies and silence in the air I remember well. You really do get some beautiful light on the east coast of Scotland.
A quiet path leading through Tentsmuir Forest
A couple cycling along the beach at Tentsmuir Forest
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This photograph was taken on Tentsmuir Beach looking towards the city of Dundee. In the distance you can see the legs of one of the jack-up oil rigs currently in the city for maintenance works.
The weekend was fantastic so this evening I headed out to Tentsmuir Beach and Forest to have a look around and see what I could find. Gorgeous sunset and deserted beaches.