Portpatrick, Dumfries & Galloway
The north end of the village showing the inner harbour, the RNLI station, the hotel on the hill and the very beginnings of the Southern Upland Way.
These photos were taken on a sunny day in August to replace the earlier photos (taken in dull light in October) as promised.
The first of two panoramas of the village.
The centre of the village showing several of the hotels and pubs on the harbourside, full of happy tourists stuffing their faces with seafood, pies and doesn't it make you feel hungry?
The pier at the south end of the harbour with the Lighthouse Pottery and of course the old lighthouse next to it.
Panorama number two.
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