From the mists of the Mull of Galloway, we headed northwards along the western coast of the peninsula to Port Logan.
I initially drove into a small car park as I entered the village, and it was only as we got out of the car and looked around that I noticed the sign behind us pointing to the beach and a larger car park.
Even from where we were, we could see the jetty.
Arriving at the beach car park, although it was still overcast some people were obviously interested in water-sport activity.
The attractive stone jetty offered a great leading line for this photograph.
Eventually, nature called and, because there was no toilet block within easy walking distance of the car park, we headed a short distance northwards and found this lovely beach with clean unisex toilets beside the car park.
By now the weather was improving, so we stayed there for an hour or so before heading back to the hotel. However, I had plenty time to take more shots of this little beach – and they’ll be the subject of my next post.
I took the featured photo from the car park where we first arrived in the village.
EXIF data were: 1/1000 secs @ f/5.6 and 16 mm: ISO 160.