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<font color='#000080'>I like it. Notice the text above the picture says:

The rugged headland, from the RNLI station in St Abbs harbour on the eastern Scottish Borders coast. Wet and windy weather can degrade the image from the camera.

Does this mean that sunny days look like sunny days, Force 2 looks like Force 4, and Force 4 looks like Force 8? for as the weather worsens so does the picture, only doubly


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Actually, it looks a lot calmer than when we were there in September, yet we were able to dive 3 days out of 4. There are good sheltered sites. The hard bit is getting out of the harbour in rough weather.
 

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<font color='#000F22'>That's not rough at all - very light wind. Especially on Saturday.

Problem is it's northerly so the viz'll be shite.
 

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And of course, as with all results on camera, they make you look fat!
 
'Chubby Weather'!  


You're right though, that's n'er but a stiff breeze for Abbs!

And not a scantily clad 18 year-old vixen in site! Herrumph! So much for web-cams!
 

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No good for bloody Brighton, forcast, light winds n a bit o'rain.

Will the f**king skipper go out.

Will he bo**ocks

Not a happy bunny me, no sir'ee

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what a great cam just a shame the owner of the cam cleans the lens with cooking oil
certainly looks a bit choppy viz will be crap thank goodness abbs aint on list for tommorow stoney will have to do instead  
 

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<font color='#FF0000'>Looks like it's maintained by the same bloke who looks after the Isle of Sky one.
 
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