Scotland has hundreds of lighthouses around its coast, each with unique stories, fascinating histories and, of course, some mesmerising sea views. .
This is St Abb’s Head Lighthouse in Berwickshire and marks the southern entrance to the Firth of Forth. The lighthouse was commissioned after the sinking of the ship "Martello" in 1857 and was the first to light the way into the Forth. Later, in 1876 it was also the first Scottish lighthouse to have a fog warning signal installed.
Now the site sits within the St Abb's National Nature reserve and is a great place to come and watch seabirds as well as have a lovely wander along the coastal paths.