Rusting metal buoy

Westray’s beaches are full of interesting finds. Whether it’s a groatie buckie (or Cowrie) on the tideline or the skeleton of the rusting hulk of an abandoned tractor, there’s always something interesting on the next beach. Here’s a rusting metal buoy from one of those beaches resting in my garden at Einar.

Rusting metal buoy

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