The Oil tanker Dalma can be seen in the Firth of Forth, near Edinburgh (Photo: Aye Spy Photography).
Edinburgh-based photographer Matt, who runs Aye Spy Photography, got up at the crack of dawn on Thursday, April 22, to capture the beautiful landscape from South Queensferry.
The shots show the Firth of Forth glistening as the sky is lit up by a warm yellow glow from a bright sun which can be seen radiating off the water.
Writing on his website, the professional photographer said: “I have a real passion for photography and hopefully that comes across in my shots and you're able to find some enjoyment in them too.”
Taking to Twitter, Matt even acknowledged how early he had to get up to capture these stunning shots in all their glory.
He wrote: “You know you’re up early when Greggs is still closed on your way home.”
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A brilliantly luminous sun is captured by Aye Spy Photography and looks as if it is coming out from within the Firth of Forth (Photo: Aye Spy Photography).
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A full shot of the natural glow illuminating the Firth of Forth on Thursday morning (Photo: Aye Spy Photography). A tugboat silhouetted by the stunning sunset on the Firth of Forth (Photo: Aye Spy Photography).