This painting complements my east coast scenes of Crovie - its neighbouring village of Pennan is where much of the film "Local Hero" was shot.
Through the artifice of film-making, the beach, supposedly across the road from the pub, was actually over 100 miles away on Scotland's west coast. But who can blame the Director for choosing such a beautiful location that offers stunning sunsets?
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