A visit to the small seaside town of Largs on the west coast of Scotland this afternoon. Largs still manages to attract day-trippers and it was good to see the old established restaurant of Nardinis in full swing again after it closed for some time.
It was a still, grey day but the sun broke through very briefly as I took this shot. This photo was taken looking south towards the volcanic plug of Ailsa Craig which can just be made out in the distance beyond the headland in the foreground.
On the headland are the two nuclear reactors of the Hunterston power station - one of them was decommissioned in 1989 but the other is still producing power. For the sake of dramatic effect, I've shadowed them out completely.
- Pentax K-7