There are a number of things that make me think it is two separate aircraft.
#1 Commercial aircraft follow standard routes (Google "Victor Airway" and "Jet routes"), It is not unusual to see aircraft after aircraft in the same line in the sky all day (and all night) long.
#2 The clouds are probably old contrails from the passages of previous aircraft in the same place.
#3 Under the north star, four interesting things appear to happen at one time. First, there is a gap (which could be caused by a cloud). Second, the tracks change direction slightly. Third, the rate of flashes changes. Fourth, the two tracks do not meet at a common point if extended (the right-hand part touches the left-hand part from underneath). I had to check with a straightedge, because concentric circles like that can create a well-known optical illusion causing straight lines to appear to bend.
All of which is purely academic and makes no difference on what the really photo is and shows.
The interesting place and building!
Great light and colors, like
Best wishes, Marc
András, thanks for your kind comment and LIKE. All the best from Scotland, Joe
Thank you for your like Karl.
Another lovely bird study Kenny
With a bit of feather rustling to show some action.
Sweet - David
That's incredible Kenny - I just did the same shot but from a wee bit further south AND posted it huge to allow some zooming!
Great minds think alike huh?
You sure do have some good detail in here.
Indeed Kenny as venerable as I am!!!
Cheek !! :-)
However the beach sounds reasonable to me too. I was there last week too.
Best wishes - David
Thank you Ron - looking back it was a golden moment!
Many thanks - David