Another sunny day on The Firth of Clyde.
You don't have to travel far in Ayrshire for a scene like this. This is Dunure Castle looking towards the Isle of Arran in the height of summer.
Just to the right of this image on the wall of the castle there is a plaque telling about the turbulent history of the castle since the first settlement in the 13th century. Some pretty brutal stuff has gone on throughout the years.
I was lying on the grass with my trusty camera and tripod thinking no such thoughts mind you. I was imagining what a person in the 1300s would be doing on a day like this. I would like to think something similar to me - enjoying the fresh air, the gulls overhead and the glorious view of this unspoilt bit of Ayrshire.
This photo is offered as taken - no fancy jiggery pokery - just enjoy the 800 year old view.