Easter Weekend Sailors. (). Photo by ScottishView

Easter Weekend Sailors.

Uploaded by: ScottishView

Monday April 1, 2013

North Ayrshire, United Kingdom

Caption: A lot of people sailing between the islands of Great and Little Cumbrae on the Firth of Clyde, Scotland on a sunny but unseasonably cold Easter Monday. Upper right in the picture is Arrans' best recognised mountain profile, "The Sleeping Warrior". From left to right you can see his helmet, forehead, nose, chin and then on the extreme right his hands resting on his chest.



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About ScottishView


I have gone in my time, I'm now in my late sixties, from taking "snaps" with my parents' Kodak Box Brownie through various instamatic cameras, a Pentax P50 and now a Canon PowerShot A95, my pocket camera, a Nikon D50 and my iPhone and iPad.Today everything is fired into the iMac and iPhoto does the rest. It's almost too easy.I was born in Glasgow but for the past almost forty years have lived in Kilwinning, Ayrshire which means we are only a few minutes drive from the coast and "some of the finest scenery on the planet", to quote one travel writer. I hope from time to time to add to the eclectic mix of subjects covered in the Wunderground site and I can only hope that some of the shots will be appreciated.

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