I’m on the beach when I see a few different Flat Periwinkles. I’m fascinated by their different colours and patterns.
Orkney had a substantial Italian Prisoner of War population in the Second World War. They were specially commandeered for building work to …
The rock pools of Westray are magnificent underwater gardens. Here, red Coral Weed makes a frondy jungle.
There are corks jammed tight into the cracks in the rock in this Westray cave.
I recognised this piece of pottery on a Westray beach instantly. It’s that bit attached to a telegraph pole which insulates it. …
There are many Groatie Buckies on Westray’s beaches. It takes real dedication to find them, though.
Bones picked clean, floats, driftwood branches and strange objects all collected in a box; I love beachcombing.
The scientific name of the beautiful Groatie Buckie is Trivia arctica. It’s name comes from the Latin trivia, the plural of trivium …
I love beachcombing so I was delighted to find this metal buoy rusting on a beach; A beautiful find.
Window ledge beachcombing finds