Dounreay from Sandside
Usually when I paint a view of Dounreay Nuclear Power Station it is from the edge of the bay, often with a rough sea so that the crashing waves and clouds of spray create a lot of drama. On this occasion, I was attracted by the view as I walked down the hill from Sandside Lodge. The landscape in the foreground made a softer atmosphere, although still with the inevitable wildness of this stretch of coastline.
25 x 36 cm