The featured image and the two photos below come from the rather splendid building on the West Coast of Scotland, Culzean Castle. Most of what can be seen today, was built by David Kennedy, following the designs of the architect Robert Adam, between the years 1776 and 1792.
The next two photos of chimneys were taken last week down in Kirkcaldy, just random chimneys as I wandered around the town waiting to get our car repaired. The rig in the background of the first photo, is in the Firth of Forth, it’s one of three rigs which I think are drilling for natural gas.
The final photo was taken down at Dysart, a small picturesque village on the outskirts of Kirkcaldy.