It was a nice sunset at Bowness-on-Solway yesterday.
The Cumbrian Solway is famous for its bird reserves of which there are ten, including RSPB Campfield Marsh. This is more than in any other place in England.
It is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty characterised by cattle which freely graze along the coast road.
The hill in the distance is Mount Criffel in Dumfries and Galloway. Nobody knows how the name Criffel came about though it may be derived from Crowfell.
Just caught the very last of the light after visiting Threave.
The sun sets spectacularly across this wonderful garden.
One of my favourite Cumbrian views.
A striking and well cared for lighthouse.