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325 Million Years Old Worm Burrows

Another Geological Photo – 325 Million Years Old Worm Burrow Trace Fossils

This rock bed, part of the Lower Limestone Formation at Seafield Castle beach, near Kirkcaldy, is approximately 325 million years old. 135 more words


Carboniferous Cross Bedding, Lower Limestone Formation

Textures, Colours and Geology

I like this photo primarily because of the geology that it represents, but from an artistic point of view, it does have some interesting textures and colours. 184 more words


The Grand Prix Is Back.

My First trip to Kirkcaldy,

New race on the cards at Beveridge Park.

Instead of the Cars and Bikes of the past, there will be the sounds of Cyclocross ripping up the park. 1,421 more words


Abbotshall Parish Church, Kirkcaldy

Originally built in 1674, the tower of which still remains today. In 1787, the rectangular portion of the church was demolished to make way for a larger church, for an ever increasing congregation. 27 more words


Seacycle - " an abundance of sea china"

Seacycle will be joining IAI for our third Art & Craft Market in Inverkeithing on 12th September, displaying and selling decorated plaques made with lovingly selected sea pottery, and hand-carved Celtic and sea-inspired designs on washed up slates. 155 more words


Family Trip to Scotland

So last week me my mum and my dad went up to Scotland to see my dad’s side of the family. We tend to go up there once or twice a year and it’s nice to see everyone and visit the usual places. 154 more words