Castle Stalker. guarding the entrance to Loch Laich. Viewed from Portnacroish in Appin, Argyll.
OLYMPUS E500ZUIKO 4/3 14-45mm (28-90mm)
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WatscapePhoto is Steve Watson fromHeadingley, Leeds, UKThis image is © Steven F Watson 2011
what stunning and spectacular scottish scenery on a gorgeous day !!love that hint of mistiness on the distant hills too..:))
Thank you very much, Maggie – and for the fave.
This is so beautiful! What an outstanding image.
Many thanks, Carlos,
Lovely scene Steven. Well captured.
Thank you very much, Michelle.
this is a wonderful scene Steve.x
Many thanks, Catherine.
Thank you very much, Ian.
many thanks fromTina & Fino
Many thanks, Tina & Fino.
fantastic capture SteveLove the misty mountain background
Thank you very much, Mike.
Wonderful composition, love the POV on this one Steve !!
Many thanks, Yani.
Now that would be a fun place with a great address!
Thank you very much, Al. It was built in the 16th century by Duncan Stewart of Appin as a hunting lodge. I think that deer stalking was what he had in mind. ;-)
What a stunning composition Steve…the depth seems to go on for ever..and that lovely background mist..and beautiful blue of the water..well captured
Many thanks Katy – and for the fave.