I've been photographing East Neuk cottages along the Fife coastline. Though I could have chosen a better day as it was very overcast with no blue skies.
Many of the cottages seem to have been built by builders who never used a right angle! They are mostly built on steep sloping confining streets leading down to the sea.
You'll also notice their quirky little windows and well worn steps. Along with a rainbow of coloured windowsills matching the fishing boats moored up down in the harbour. See more of East Neuk coastline here.
Built on wibbly wobbly cobbled streets
Your photos are so beautiful and what a delightful little village – I have been really enjoying seeing those wonderful little cottages – such an idyllic place to live.
I just love little towns like these. So much charm!
I didn't realize you lived in Scotland. I LOVE these shots, it looks like such a beautiful place to live! I just took a trip to Ireland, now that I am back America seems so boring…
Wow!! These places look so charming and inviting! I sure would love to visit there and just wander around, soaking up the atmosphere you captured so beautifully!!!
Oh how these photos make me want to visit there! Love the quaint little cottages! Thank you for sharing your part of the world with us!
Gardening in a Sandbox
Your photos made me think of all the High streets that we saw several years ago in Scotland and Ireland. I loved the quirkiness of the buildings. I am missing it. Valerie