Tioram Castle (pronounced "Cheerum"), which is about 50 miles from Fort William.
The castle itself was destroyed in 1715 when the clan chief - Allan of Clanranald , ordered it to be burnt, as he feared that it may fall into enemy hands when he left the area to fight for the Jacobite cause. It has lain in various states of ruin ever since.
A beautiful, isolated location at the end of a long dead end single track road. You can only get to the castle itself by walking across a causeway when the tide is low enough.
1/4 secs @ F/22, ISO 100, 17mm focal length, circular polariser, tripod and holding back two dogs that want to go swimming : )
|Camera:||Canon EOS 300D |
|Lens:||EFs 17 x 85mm IS USM |