Ayrshire is in south west Scotland and includes Ayr, Kilmarnock, Irvine, Saltcoats, Kilwinning, Largs, Troon, Cumnock.

Largs, seafront (3)
Largs, harbour
Largs, seafront (2)
Largs, seafront (1)
Largs, seafront
Hunterston B nuclear power station (1)
Hunterston B nuclear power station
Hunterston B nuclear power station visitor centre
Ayrshire, Glasgow Prestwick Airport (1)
Ayrshire, Glasgow Prestwick Airport
Oyster Fungus (pleurotus ostreatus), fairly common fungus found on many trees including beech and birch. This image shows the underside gills, fungi are non-flowering plants which lack chlorophyll.
View of Castle Hill fort and the Dalwhat Glen to Moniaive. Iron age defensive structure, around 1000BC.
Prehistoric, Bronze Age burial chamber, near Penpont, Dumfries and Galloway. Close to Tynron Doon Iron Age hillfort. The cairn dates from between 2750 BC and 1000BC and was used as a burial site
Splendid standing stone, Machrie Moor, perhaps representing procreation and fertility due to its rather phallic symbolism.
Standing stone circle
Standing stone circle - Machrie Moor
Standing stone which once made up another stone circle on Machrie Moor, Arran. This stone stands nearly twenty feet tall and is the only stone left upright
Stone Circle - Moss Farm, Machrie moor Arran. A concentric circle consisting of two rings, the outer being slightly ovular
View from North Goatfell to Glen Rosa and Glen Rosa water, with snowclouds
View along the Ceum Na Caillich ridge from North Goatfell - Arran.
View to Cir Mhor mountain from the Glen Sannox burn. Highlighting the natural beauty of Arran. Note the Sannox burn is sheet rock over which the water flows
Views across Glen Catacol, north Arran. Spectacular and glorious walking terrain.
A waterfall near the nature reserve in Glen Catacol north Arran, Scotland
A lone canoeist glides across the still water at Lochranza, Arran with the Castle looming in the background, sundown.