Revisiting the Arbroath abbey and the nature preserve behind the city during a sunny autumn day.
It did not start sunny, though. By the time I got to the remains of the abbey, something not to be missed, the sky was dark and grim. Still, it was so pretty — This was the third time I visited the place, yet I discovered a few bits of it that I hadn't seen before. (See the story about my first visit of both the abbey and cliffs here.)
Off to the coastline...
..where; eventually, the overcast sky broke down...
...which saturated the red colour of the rock...
..and made the walk very pleasant.
That stayed all the way back to the city.
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Published by: Jakub Stepanovic in Stories