Sneaking in under the radar this year, summer gives way to autumn.
September sunset over the skyline of Stirling, Scotland
Wind and Solar
The autumn mists roll in over the village pond
The abandoned munitions warehouses at Bandeath near Stirling
The dying embers of a September sunset.
A fiery sunset behind Wallace Monument, Stirling, as the harvesting continues into the twilight.
The City of Stirling lights up at dusk, with Ben Lomond silhouetted over to the west.
A near full moonrise next to the mothballed power station at Longannet on the River Forth an over the abandoned munitions crane on the Admiralty Pier, River Forth
Clouds dampen the sunset colours over Stirling, taken from the old harbour in Alloa, Clackmannanshire.
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