Pillboxes Roseisle Beach

Along the northeast coast of Scotland many of the beaches are covered in so many pebbles and empty muscle shells that you can’t really layout on the sand. Roseisle Beach just a few miles east of Findhorn Village is a lovely sandy haven.

The Germans must have noticed this sandy shore too. To prevent foreign invaders during WWII these Pillboxes were added. Remnants of these concrete structures still remain and create a visual interest as well as a windbreak for visitors wanting to start a driftwood fire.


Pillboxes, Oil on Canvas, 12″ x 16″ 2015