Tuesday, January 27, 2009

A danger to shipping?

Regular visitors to the Harbour will have noticed the two large banks of pebbles that are building up on either side of the entrance to the River Nairn. Yes, I know we don't have any shipping as such but will something have to be done to remove these potential obstacles before they become any bigger?

Here swans make use of the western bank as a small island emerges at low tide.

5 comments:

dr-grigor said...

It ain't pebbles there, dont be fooled, its the doc's secret stash of brown bread crumbs for my duckies, trying to hide it from the seagulls, but looks my stash has been un-covered by the swan gang !

dr-grigor said...

looks like another good chance for some caption fun!!!!

"Foundations are layed for the proposed bridge linking the bankie highway to tescos in tain"

agent Mulder said...

"amazing moment, a swan is catured on film desending to heaven, like an angel,moments after death from malnutrition from excesive white bread eating"

Graisg said...

5 swans down there tonight, all sorts of carry-ons. What on earth do they put in that white bread!

Graisg said...

PS love the pic of you and your performing seagulls Doc!