Black and White Sunday: Imperfect

An imperfect photo? Surely not o_O However the subject of this image was seriously flawed.

Thursday September 15th 2016: We deliberately meandered along the foggy shores of the Firth of Forth on our way to Edinburgh with the purpose of stopping in North Berwick and having seafood chowder or lobster bisque for lunch from the well-known Lobster Shack.

Mouths watering in anticipation we made our damp way to the harbour and then saw that the shutters were down. Gutted! Closed except for weekends.

Please visit Paula to see other representations of this week’s challenge.

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Heyjude

I now live back in the UK, but spent several years travelling the world and then living in South Africa. I look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

32 thoughts on “Black and White Sunday: Imperfect”

        1. Indeed. In fact I have a yen for some now. Shall have to try and persuade the OH to go out for lunch tomorrow 🙂

  1. Nothing worse that having that anticipation dashed on arrival!
    Like those ‘Norfolk Mondays’, when most of the restaurants don’t open.
    Nice shot though.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. It did look lovely, what we could see through the fog. And the cafe on the edge there had good cakes and coffee. I’ll post more of the ‘views’ soon.

    1. An imperfect day all round really. I wanted to see the Bass Rock and couldn’t. Nor the volcanic hill outside of North Berwick (conical North Berwick Law). But there were some highlights which will appear on here eventually.

    1. Well there is no shortage of chowder down here, but I had read good reviews of that little shack so was quite keen to visit as we were going past the town anyway.

        1. Heck Cathy, I suspect it will be a long time, if ever, that I am that way again! But I shall bear it in mind 🙂

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