St Mary’s Isle

St Mary’s Isle is a heavily wooden tongue of land that runs down the centre of Kirkcudbright Bay and is a popular area for an afternoon walk from the town. Despite this it is a very secluded and quiet place at any time of the year. Hopefully, once this vey cold weather has departed, it will be full of daffodils and a little later covered in a haze of bluebells. This is a July 2013 view.

St Mary's Isle

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