Kinness Estuary, St Andrews

The earliest references to the harbour at St Andrews date to the 14th century, but the estuary of the Kinness Burn was undoubtedly used before that as a natural harbour in a rather treacherous bay. Today the harbour is home to a few fishing, research and pleasure craft and has regained some of it’s picturesque nature.

This is a shot from the rear of the inner harbour, which is just around the corner of the houses on the waters edge.

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