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Photographer's Note

This picture was taken a few days ago when I visited Lower Largo on the east coast of Fife in order to capture some snapshots of the statue of Alexander Selkirk, the true-life sailor who was born here, lived as a castaway on a deserted island for over four years, and became the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe".

The light that day was wonderful and I staggered down to the rocks at the seashore and took this shot looking west to the Forth estuary. You can see the chimney of the coal-fired power station at Methil on the horizon.

Shot in RAW and converted and edited in PSE6.

All comments/critiques/advice welcome!

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