A PHOTOGRAPHER has shared stunning pictures taken during a recent visit to Aisla


The images show us the opposite of the view we are used to seeing across to the island.

The uninhabited isle has long been quarried for its microgranite to make curling stones and is also a bird sanctuary for a huge number of gannets and puffins.

Fiona Wallace took the photographs when she visited Ailsa Craig at the weekend and was lucky enough to get beautiful weather.

Her pictures looks spectacular, we’re sure you will agree.