St Abbs is a small fishing village on the Scottish Borders' coast. Fishing plays a big part in the economy of the village. If you look around the piers you will see stacks of lobster pots as well as the ones in the foreground.
The CI is an alternative composition of the same view in vertical format.
The cutest little harbor. If you grow up in this part of the world, you do not rush to work in full trains like I do but yes probably there is other worries like over-fishing. A very nice image, well composed with the lobster traps in the front. The CI works well too. Probably the main image shows the "tiny" aspect best.
I passed by near this place in a train going to north, I remember some lovely little towns I saw in the edge of the sea.
nice the view of the small port, we can see how they used the islets to build a wall to protect the port against storms. nice details.
I really like the secluded aspect of this harbor with it's perfect reflection and workmanlike boats. The FG details of tiny daisies, picnic table and traps add to the feeling of seclusion and usefulness. I too prefer the horizontal view, I wasn't sure why until I read Barbara's comment...it shows the tiny aspect better. For me it's a toss-up between the rowboats and this one. I'm adding it to my choices for a final decision but I'll probably stick with the rowboat since it looks like it has a better chance of winning...and anyone who is so faithful and almost always posts the maximum, deserves recognition. I was pleased to see your night image of your hometown pier was #1 last month.
A pretty harbour view and a nice place for a stop and picnic. I see the tables are already out, I'm guessing this is a pub's forecourt, but then again with the nets stacked up there also, I may be wrong.