This was taken on a Winter’s evening as the sun was setting for the day.
Approximately ½ mile west of St Monans which is a small village in the East Neuk of Fife, lay the remains of the once great Newark Castle. A 16th century manor that has since fallen to ruin through cliff erosion and disrepair. In 2002, with the permission of Historic Scotland, an unsuccessful attempt to restore the castle was made.
These silhouettes are a reminder of the great history that surrounds Scotland and its people.
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Viewed 123 times on the 16th Jan 2011