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Fabulous Sand Sculpture Time Lapse!

Watch the building of the sculpture…. and then what happened next!  

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Photos showing depth of sand lost Oct 2013- Feb 2014 in Montrose Bay

The fence has lost it’s pickets and the posts are far more exposed. Jean would be buried completely and Fraser would be up to his neck if they were suddenly transported back to last October.

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Posted in Diagrams, Photos, Science, Still Images

Erosion in Montrose bay October 2013 – February 2014

Quite a lot of the dunes have gone in the winter storms

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Exciting Discovery at the Museum !

We found out today that the dark specks Tracey had been watching on the time lapse were part of wreck that gets uncovered in the winter storms! and our camera is pointing right at it ! John Aitken Archivist with

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First three weeks timelapse at Montrose Bay

In 3 minutes and 48 seconds, the first three weeks at the bay. You can see the beach is getting washed away as the waves are getting more stormy and energetic. Look carefully near the middle of the beach –

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Montrose Bay timelapse – the first ten days

The timelapse camera seems to be working well at the bay. It wafts about a bit in the high wind… but looking good. Ten days in one minute.

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Time Lapse Camera installed at the Bay

Now we have a time lapse camera recording the coastal erosion at the bay. Over the coming months we hope to be bringing you footage of the dynamic coast.

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