Photographer's Note

For 4 days we were enveloped in a nasty cold haar while the rest of the country basked in sunshine. Suddenly, on Tuesday afternoon, the sun broke through and we felt warm again. At 9.15pm we were really clear of it, but a mountain of fog was piled up over the Firth of Forth, changing its shape all the time.
The pillar is all that is left of Dunbar Castle; the castle had extended to both sides of this view before it was 'slighted' by order of the Parliament of Scotland in 1567. A gap was blasted through the rock to make an entrance for the Victoria Harbour in 1842.

This shot was taken on manual, pointing up at the sky. The result was cropped, filtered with NeatImage, and reduced in size. Some reflections were cloned out.
Workshop shows another view.

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Additional Photos by Winifred Sillitto (windosil) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 331 W: 74 N: 270] (1158)
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