Tuesday, 11 March 2014

And the Sun Shone

Well today the sun shone and such a welcome sight this was to us after fairly dreich weather in the West of Scotland.

Too good to waste, headed across to Loch Long and managed to get a few shots in the bag.

Later in the day a run to Greenock was required so stopped off at the James Watt Dock to get a few shots of the 'Coruisk' as she had a coming together with a breakwater at Dunoon and suffered some bow damage.

Then on to the Lyle Hill and got a few shots as the sun set over the Cowal Hills.

Lastly, I spied the 'MV Hebridean Princess' brightly lit on the Clyde, so dropped down to the Esplanade and got a shot in fairly still waters.

A busy and rewarding day.

'HMS Dauntless' at Glen Mallon Jetty

Divers Prepare in Loch Long

Interesting Trees at the Roadside Near Loch Long

'MV Coruisk' Awaitng Repairs

 Heavy Damage to Her Visor

 Looking West Towards Inverkip

 Twilight View from Lyle Hill

Overlooking Cardwell Bay and Cowal Hills

'MV Hebridean Princess' as Darkness Falls

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