The River Morar and the the silver sands of Morar. The Silver Sands of Morar lie along the coastline of Lochaber in North West Scotland from Arisaig to the mouth of the river Morar. The river Morar is a short strtetch of water joining Loch Morar to the sea a few miles south of the port of Mallaig.
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A winter's evening in Aberdeen Harbour. Looking west along Waterloo Quay towards Regents Quay and Guild Base. The supply boats on the right are tied up at the Pointlaw bunkering berth. Pocra Quay is just out of sight on the right. In the distance, the skeleton of the new Regent Centre on Regent Quay rises below the crane. There is no sign of the Shetland Line Ro-Ro berth yet. This view has changed radically since the picture was taken in 1975.
A father and son face away from the camera, viewing the setting sun reflecting on the Morecambe Bay tidal estuary near Silverdale in Lancashire. The image depicts the glare of the sun on the wet sands after the tide has receded. Pretty pools and flows of water cross the sands.