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Category:Scenic
Subcategory:Coastlines
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Keywords:Architecture, Causeways, Cramond, Engineering, Estuary, Firth of Forth, Fog, Landscape, Landscapes, Long Exposure, Midlothian, Minimalism, Mist, Scenery, Scenic, Scotland, Structure, WW2
Dragon's Teeth Perspective

Dragon's Teeth Perspective

Landscape Pictures/Photographs of Midlothian, Scotland

The Dragon's Teeth, Cramond, at high tide on a foggy morning in March

The so-called "Dragon's Teeth" were constructed as a coastal defence measure in WW2 to prevent U-Boats and other craft passing south of Cramond Island at high tide on their way up the River Forth to attack the dockyards at Rosyth.

[Long exposure using the NDx1000 filter]