Apologies for the (excessive) amount of sunset pics but both evenings were beautiful - you will have to indulge me just this once! It was so nice just to sit on the shoreline at 10pm and gaze at the wonderful changing glow on the horizon.
I will let the pictures show you how chilled-out it was..........
|The quayside in Girvan|
|Looking back towards the town, sea mist coming in|
|Navigation lights in the harbour|
E on the beach with Syd. Ailsa Craig on the left, navigation lights on right.
|Syd decided to go for a dip!|
|Someone making sure we left the car park via the correct exit!|
|Fishing nets drying on the quayside|
|Lots of reflections and calm waters|
Ailsa Craig, with Arran in the distance, viewed from the beach at Woodland Bay
|Syd goes walkabout. Woodland Bay hotel in background.|
|The sun's rays catching the remains of the tide|
|Our window overlooked the bay and the Isle of Arran.....bliss!|
Fishing floats made from discs of tyre
'Rambler' - in for repairs
Ok, it's a bike stand but I liked the fact that it needed no words.
All sorts of different seaweed in beautiful clear water
Croy Bay, next to Culzean Castle
|Culzean Castle through the mist|
|Croy Bay (Ailsa Craig in the distance)|
|Sunset on the second evening|
|Ailsa Craig with it's own mist|
|An oystercatcher looks for his supper|
|By this time (9.30pm-ish) the sea was like a mill pond|
|More like 'tropical' than 'Scotland'!|
|We were watching the sun from behind the rocks when a seal appeared!|
|Then a nosey oystercatcher!|
|So hard to believe how wet the weather has been recently|