Photograph of the week – week 45

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This week’s photograph of the week is this atmospheric image of Ailsa Craig taken during the recent Joint Warrior military exercise.

Reader Halina Morton from Whiting Bay who took the photograph said: ‘On the way to Blackwaterfoot going south from Whiting Bay the scenery is always amazing but on the Saturday morning the NATO exercise going on made it even more so.’