Our final day began in the rain at Stranraer, a major ferry port for ships leaving for and arriving from Northern Ireland. From there, we drove to Portpatrick, a much smaller harbour, but a prettier one.
I think that the image above manages to convey the grey, overcast nature of the day and the stillness in the air, defied by the busyness of the people working in and around the harbour.
This is another of those times when I’ll simply let the images tell their own story.
I’ve chosen a photo that I though was typical of what I saw that morning.
EXIF data were: 1/60 secs @ f/5.6 and 16 mm. The ISO was 160.