Close to home, but hard to access, this pool on the river provided the perfect palette for the setting sun.
Four-tenths of the horizon, counting from the left, is the Isle of Islay; the remainder is the Isle of Jura.
Special effects courtesy the sun, atmosphere, physics and the passing band of rainclouds.
I love the relatively-unsaturated colours in this. Taken from the Thomas Telford slipway at Keils where yesterday’s sunset shot was taken from.
I took the afternoon off today to take our visiting Aussie granddaughter out when it wasn’t raining. We made it down to Keils just as the sun was setting over the Isle of Islay. The Paps of Jura are visible just right of centre.
This is one of the reasons I love living on the west coast of Scotland – there is something magical about watching the sun set in the west over islands.
A slice of the sky from this evening’s sunset.
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