This is another part of the Manx coastline that tried defying identification. Inasmuch as what I thought it should be, it took time to confirm that to my satisfaction. What did not help was that times on photo metadata had got messed about for whatever reason so photos got out of sequence in Adobe Lightroom and guessed corrections put things in order again. Even so, there was one thing that was beyond doubt: Bradda Head, near Port Erin, lay in the distance. This then is a northward look along the west coast of the Isle of Man and the indentations pleased my eyes then as they still do today. In the end, I have settled on this alluring vantage point being Clet Aldrick and that is how it will remain for now.