Sunday, January 15, 2017
Epiphany at Seacliff - Brian Lavelle
“A singular way to ensure you have the Scottish coastline to yourself is to venture there on a wet and windswept weekday at ‘just the worst time of the year’; more so if you visit a part of the shore of which few are aware…”
A wonderfully evocative account of a wintry visit to a remote, ruin-haunted shore, by Edinburgh sound and place explorer Brian Lavelle, with reflections on Epiphany and the lore of the magi, and an encounter made chillier still by memories of “'Oh, Whistle, and I’ll Come to You, My Lad'”.
Image: © Brian Lavelle 2017