The rocks off the ward of Mucklure are almost geometrical in their formations. They make abrupt right angles.
Here are the Skerries of Easter Paill, small rocks in the sea off Dounawall and The Hamar.
Here is another drawing of the same location. It’s hard to get an idea of the scale.
Here’s a map showing the location. I drew the picture sitting on a rock that was not pointed but smooth and rounded, at a convenient height. In fact, I saw the convenient rock first, and then thought, what can I draw from here?
I had spotted a few items of plastic waste on the beach at the Seal Lagoon and intended to put them in my rucksack. But there was more and more, until they didn’t fit in my rucksack and I had a whole dustbin bag full. Then I realised I didn’t know what I was going to do with the bag. I carried it for the next hour, until I reached civilisation again, and found a bin. Moral of the story: don’t start collecting plastic waste until you have worked out a forward plan for the next step. This is a general life lesson, I think.