A gigantic power station that used to feed Edinburgh now sits silently under the blue skies and next to a shimmering sea, its coal-burning heart stopped, its twin chimneys no longer able to pollute the clear azure above. It waits quietly to hear its judgement: either total destruction or an unlikely rebirth through a conversion to gas.
It can be seen from Edinburgh city center from North Bridge looking east, and is named Cockenzie Power Station.
Music: "Atmospheres" by William R. Shannon. (http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Shannon,_William_R.)
Camera: Canon XA10
For God for giving rare blue skies in the midst of April showers.