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The Invergordon Archive

Sunrise in the Firth
The Invergordon Archive
Sunrise in the Firth

A simply stunning picture by Billy Winton which, as he says, is: "a photo I took at work in Invergordon of the Transocean Rather oil rig berthed at the quay".
Picture added on 02 June 2005
Comments:
This is gorgeous - some off these pictures should be used as postcards. Invergordon's postcards are so out of date and don't capture the true beauty of the town. This would make a stunning postcard.
Added by Jane on 04 June 2005
This is the kind of picture that makes me want to come home.
Currently offshore on the Tartan A.
(Invergordon ex-pat)
Added by Gerard McGhee on 27 March 2006
Hi Gird, I didn't know you were offshore. It will take more than a picture for me to come home - currently living in the Canary Islands. (also Inverg ex-pat)
Added by James Blair on 07 October 2006
Definitely one image that stuck on my mind. To see the platforms and the welding sparks at night was really great. I surely agree this should be on the postcards.
Added by Joao Fernandes on 27 July 2007
Your picture is absolutely stunning.

Added by Cllr. Maxine Smith on 06 July 2009
The picture was actually taken about 8.30 in the morning on the 19th of December 2004 and put on to the BBC website within 10 Mins. (Got a stick of rock for it!) The lights you see at the left leg are lights on the scaffold tower going up to the main deck, not sparks from welding.
Probably one of the best natural, untouched pictures I have taken!
Added by Billy Winton on 27 November 2009
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