Port Logan, formerly Port Nessock, is a small village in the parish of Kirkmaiden in the Rhins of Galloway
Telfords old bell tower.
Only a few boats on the beach.
I am sure it is not blue skies all year. But it was an amazing place for peace and tranquility.
There were a lot of jelly fish on the beach. This one was about 18 inches in diameter.
A lone person on the beach.
The main street.
The cottages were down in a dip presumably to offer some protection from the gales.
A good place to relax.
Another view of the breakwater.
On this visit the tide was much higher and there were more boats tied up.
I am sure it is not quite so tranquil in mid winter with a strong sea! However, on our visit it was a very relaxing place to walk around.
Looking out from Telford’s bell tower along the breakwater with the glare of the bright sun on the water.
A good spot to do a bit of watercolour painting.
I would imaging that a hundred years ago or more this would have been quite a bust little fishing port.
The view across Logan Bay towards the Mull of Logan.