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Painting No. 140
Dunnet Bay sweeps for over 2 glorious miles from Castletown Harbour (from where this painting was done) to the base of Dunnet Head, the most northerly part of the British mainland. There is a car park and information point at the northern end of the beach, which is backed by lines of high but fragile dunes. The beach is popular with walkers and beach-combers, and is a good place for viewing a wide variety of seabirds. If the wind is gusting from the north, however, you are more likely to see surfers testing their skills on the foaming waves than seabirds bobbing sedately. Like many places, it is often those that are less well known that are the most worthwhile. The bus parties may goggle at a white sign post at nearby John o’ Groats, but the real treasures are to be found with much less fanfare along the coast to either side.