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Eilean Donan Castle

By Anthony      
Hi guys

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Was in Scotland last week, shot some lovely stuff (well, I like it) and this is just one of those lovely images.

Although the island of Eilean Donan has been a fortified site for at least 800 years, the present building largely dates from the early 20th century. Today's castle, which rose from the ruins of its predecessor, was re-built between 1912 and 1932 by Lieutenant Colonel John MacRae-Gilstrap.

I was actually on a Hebridean Birlinn when I took this shot. Its a replica of a Hebridean mid sized ship. More info available from here:-

Lord of hthe Isles

I hope its ok to put a link to their site, if its a problem, then I apologise.

I processed the image in Phase1, with a little tinkering in Photoshop. I have adjusted the exposure, a little saturation and contrast boost, and removed some distracting telephone poles etc.

Any and all comments are very welcome.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Dappled Light Canon Raw Mountain Castle Architecture Eilean donan 30d Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: John_Horner, newy17, dathersmith and 6 more


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newy17 10 273 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2007 7:20PM
i know all about this place as its our fav;place
as we got married there 2002,
ive got an image from the other side of the loch like this not many images around from this viewpoint,great shot.
ian.

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dathersmith Plus
9 550 12 England
19 Jun 2007 7:36PM
Great shot and a nice bit of history as well.

Darren.
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
19 Jun 2007 8:52PM
Wow! That's a cracker Anthony! It looks so good with the mountainous backdrop. Not often seen from this angle.

Shame there ain't a lightturret on the house Wink
Hope you had a great time!
Goggz
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
19 Jun 2007 10:38PM
thanks all, appreciate the time you took to comment. Cheers.

Anthony
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
19 Jun 2007 11:01PM
Yep definitely a different viewpoint - looking forward to the pics of the birlinn Wink

Great series. Smile
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
19 Jun 2007 11:02PM
cheers Suzi.

Anthony
daviewat 12 4.1k Scotland
20 Jun 2007 9:05AM
Without a doubt the viewing angle makes this unique from that viking boat Smile


But I also love the dappled light on the mountains behind.


Dave
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
20 Jun 2007 12:32PM
cheers Davie

Anthony

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