One of the narrow steep alleyways in the small East Coast town of Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland on a very overcast March day.
Pittenweem is now the most active of the fishing ports in the East Neuk coast of Fife. Fishing boats jostle for position in its busy harbour and this is a lively vibrant place at any time of day. To add to the atmosphere, visitors can watch the fish market conducted in the sheds on the harbour from 8.00am each morning.
This village is the only one in the East Neuk, still with a working harbour. Although there are fewer boats sailing from here now than in days gone by, it is a unique opportunity to see the daily landings and early morning market.
Pittenweem fresh fish is bought here and sold by the many local fish vans who travel all over Scotland selling the fish.
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