Early evening view of the Bass Rock from Tyne Sands near the mouth of the river Tyne, which is part of the John Muir Country Park between North Berwick and Dunbar.
The Park is named after John Muir, an explorer, naturalist and conservationist, who was born in Dunbar in 1838 and immigrated to the United States. As an adult, he was a pioneer in conservation work and he published many naturalist publications which led to him being dubbed America’s founder of National Parks. For example, he helped establish and preserve Yosemite Valley and Sequoia National parks, for example.
Location: Tyne Sands, Tyninghame, East Lothian, Scotland, UK
Nikon D70, Nikkor 18-70mm. Post-pro in CS4 with NikColorEfex.