Landscape & Travel Photography | Wall Art | Images by Scott Masterton

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

Grangemouth Flare Stack

UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery,

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery,

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery,

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

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UK, Scotland, Grangemouth, Petrochemical Refinery, gas flares, cooling towers

Hooker River, Mount Cook National Park.

New Zealand, South Island, Mount Cook National Park, view acroos the Hooker River towards Mount Cook with Hooker Lake and Glacier in the distance.

Whispers on Water

New Zealand, South Island, Motukiekie Beach Sea Stacks.

Lochan nah Achlaise

UK, Scotland, Highlands, Glen Coe, Rannoch Moor, Lochan nah Achlaise, sunset.

Find yourself in me

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Virtuos Circle

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Stones

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Endless Story

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Distant Memories

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Rushing Back Again

New Zealand, South Island, Otago, Moeraki Boulders Beach.

Rusting

The wreck of the Janie Seddon ship lies off the coast of Motueka, South Island, New Zealand. The ship was a twin screw steamer built in Scotland in 1901 for the New Zealand government as a military vessel. On completion she sailed through the Mediterranean, through the Suez canal and across the Indian Ocean arriving in Wellington in 1902. She spent most of her life around Wellington Harbour, and served in both World Wars as an examination vessel and mine layer. After the war she worked as a fishing ship in Motueka until she became stranded and to this day lies slowly rusting away where she was stranded.

Janie Seddon

The wreck of the Janie Seddon ship lies off the coast of Motueka, South Island, New Zealand. The ship was a twin screw steamer built in Scotland in 1901 for the New Zealand government as a military vessel. On completion she sailed through the Mediterranean, through the Suez canal and across the Indian Ocean arriving in Wellington in 1902. She spent most of her life around Wellington Harbour, and served in both World Wars as an examination vessel and mine layer. After the war she worked as a fishing ship in Motueka until she became stranded and to this day lies slowly rusting away where she was stranded.


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