Sometimes I wonder if these creels are placed on the piers (they also often found at the piers at other distilleries) deliberately to make the view of the distilleries even better and provide some detail in the foreground. Like here at Ardbeg on the south coast of Islay.
Not sure what it is called at this point (Ardbeg Burn?), but this is water arriving for Ardbeg distillery, seen from the footbridge on the South Islay coastal path.
A company (apparently that’s the collective noun, if I can trust the interwebs) of Gannets flying south past Ardbeg, seen from the Islay ferry to Port Ellen.