A puffer is a flat bottomed boat that was popular during the early 20th C around the West coast islands of Scotland. They transported everything from supplies to livestock for the remote communities. Their flat bottoms also meant that they could beach themselves without the need of a pier. The castle behind is Moidart Castle. This was painted using a Wacom tablet and Artrage software.
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