The scene is a tranquil summer's evening overlooking the Firth of Clyde and the remaining buildings of the little used Inverkip power station.
There was a large gathering of small boats around the bay, all waiting and watching as if something was about to happen.
The chimney had not seen much smoke in its 30 plus years as Scotland's tallest free standing structure.
All was about to change, as at exactly 10pm a series of explosive charges were about to bring the massive tower to the ground.
The deadly charge that was about to ignite the explosives can be seen streaking towards the chimney.
The top section of the chimney starts its downward journey as a second explosion signals the end of the lower section
Clouds of smoke and dust blow up through the flues of the chimney as she continues to the ground
The bottom section falls away to the left as the top section drops vertically
All that can be seen is the bottom section about to crash to the ground
A column of smoke and dust pays homage to the now fallen chimney.
The view over the river is now obscured by a massive dust cloud engulfing the valley.