The mighty Ailsa Craig in the Firth of Clyde, known affectionately from Belfast to Stranraer as "Paddy's Milestone". My Mother's Father quarried there as a young man, hewing the particularly hard granite from the island.
This photo was taken on a hazy day from the Car Park in Dunure. I'd been having a bit of a bummer time of it and just took myself down the coast for a bit of head space.
I was snapping away at the rocks and flora, and then sat for a while looking out to sea. The tones across the sea and sky were remarkable and I spent a while setting this shot up.
The sea air and a great vista does wonders for the soul and I'm delighted to be able to offer this piece for sale. I put the blue across it to reflect the mood of the day.
This would look fantastic in a bright space with natural daylight.