Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Even the Garnock gulls seemed less ordinary.
We suddenly became aware that we were not alone in the Garnock estuary. Everywhere we looked there was teeming bird life seeking shelter for the winter.
As the estuary emptied a whooper swan decided there was not enough room in the narrowing channel and flew off towards more open water as...
...the open Firth of Clyde beyond.
Who would have thought that this waterway behind the industrial decay of the former Nobel explosives works would have been such a natural wonder?