Life in Fife ~ ‘You have all seasons in one day in Scotland’

I’m taking a break in my pilgrimages and allegories blog posts to share a week here in Kinghorn. So many people say

‘It always rains in Scotland!’

or ‘You have all seasons in one day in Scotland’

I certainly agree with the second but from our experience of life in Fife I disagree with the first.

Here are some photos of the past ten days:

You have winter sunshine down at Kinghorn Harbour today, when we were sitting drinking tea al-fresco; Pictures of Edinburgh across the Forth – now you see it, now you don’t; dramatic sunrises: Inchkeith Island disappearing in the mist and rain; snow on the hills near to Edinburgh and an icing sugar coating here in Pettycur one day last week; bright sunshine over Pettycur Bay.

Exhilarating and certainly never dull!

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About Diana Jackson

Author of 'The Healing Paths of Fife', Historical Romantic fiction ~ The Riduna Series set in 19th and early 20th Century a murder mystery ~ 'Murder, Now and Then' and two memoir. What links my books ~ history! Website:www.dianamaryjackson.co.uk Blog:www.dianamj.wordpress.com Riduna on Twitter and on Facebook too!
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4 Responses to Life in Fife ~ ‘You have all seasons in one day in Scotland’

  1. Pat says:

    Sounds like what they say in Colorado, US: “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute.” Certainly looks beautiful there in Scotland, Diana, no matter what the weather is like. Loved seeing the photos. šŸ™‚

  2. Do let us know when you do. šŸ™‚

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