Lovely colours and a great capture to show what's being thrown into our atmosphere.
I agree a slight crop off the bottom might draw more attention to the chimneys, but not too much as it shows the environs nicely.
Been wondering what on earth to photograph this week when towards the end of our walk today, as we crossed Abbotshaugh Bridge, i spied this. It's a two-fer in terms of the theme and also part of growing number of randomly distributed positive messages hereabouts, which i think is a wonderful idea.
This monument to William Wallace dominates the Northern part of the Central Valley of Scotland. When the clouds are higher it is clearly visible from the bridges crossing the Forth River towards Falkirk and Clackmannan and indeed Edinburgh, It is built atop the knoll in which the Scots forces were kept hidden from the invading English army until they fell upon them, routing them. It's privately owned so we've not been in and up as yet, one day maybe when it's not outside our local zone and we're free to explore this ancient landscape again.
great choice for the theme, i've driven past that many times when I worked at Faslane and needed to go to Edinburgh (I used to go the 'scenic' route, via Sterling, rather than the motorway when I had the time, much nicer)
Wonderful picture - whilst my wife and I were courting, she was living in Broxburn, only about 45 minutes from here and we spent a good amount of time exploring the area. It's fascinating inside, and very breezy at the top of I remember right!