oh that's brilliant, so atmospheric. It looks like it could have been taken in another century...but then cameras wouldn't have been invented.
Thanks for you great comment. I think the light adds to it's mystic Have a great week and thank for stopping by 😉
it looks very mysterious... Which Scottish castle is it?#MySundayPhoto
We were just walking past Joanna and it caught my eye. I think this tower is in Haddington in East Lothian. I'll have to check further because we visited quite a few towns and places over the weekend. (plus we had just wandered from a pub after having a meal and freshments... so I'll research a little more) I plan to write another post about the weekend with lots more photos so hopefully you will revisit to check it out. In the meantime have a great week and thanks for stopping by my place ;D
that's marvellous. i really love the turret. what a beautiful mystical shot.
I just couldn't resist it as I walked passed. The light and silhouette were just what I wanted. I took quite a few photos over this weekend and it was difficult to pick which one for my Sunday photo. I'll have to write a post to include all of the others. It was a great weekend.I hope you enjoyed your's too Sherry and this week is a good one.
Oh Camelot....or maybe I should say...aaggghh what's the name of that movie about Wallace. The Scottish guy fighting for freedom....my old brain isn't functioning this morn. Sorry. A lovely mysterious pic Neesie!
Hahaha... shall I give you some clues Nan?"Freedom"...William Wallace... Mel Gibson? Are you there yet?Okay I'll put you out of your misery... it's.... (drum roll please...) BRAVEHEART!I may write a post about our weekend away over the next day or two. There were lots of castles, monuments, beaches and hamlets. It's a case of watch this space Nan if you'd like to see more.Thanks for your fun comment. It's always a pleasure to have you pop in Have a great week and I hope to visit you soon Pop that kettle on...xoxo
Ooo this has an eerie feel to it. Great looking place Thank you for linking up
Do you think so Darren? I didn't initially think that but now that you mention it, I suppose the light and shadows do give it that look. We visited so many places over the weekend and I had lots of photos to choose from...but I'll include others in a further post soon.Thanks for visiting my place and hosting the link (I really don't know how you manage to visit everyone) Have a great week :D
Lovely silhouettes and love the clouds too! Everything looks pretty! #mysundayphoto
We had a lovely weekend away and saw so many beautiful castles, ruins, monuments, pubs and restaurants (well you have to keep hydrated when you are working your camera so hard) I hope to show you more soon.Thanks for visiting my place.
Love this, such an atmospheric, moody shot x
It was just that time of day... as the night approached Sara. There are so many wonderful monuments in that part of Scotland... so I'll have to revisit to take many more photos.Thanks for popping into my place and I hope you have a great week ahead.
That's stunning - love the colours in the sky against the outlines. Makes me think of lots of children's books - the Famous Five could be exploring around the corner with lashings of ginger beer!
I was just walking past and it made me stop in my tracks. I had to take the photo and thought it was a perfect one for My Sunday Photo. Oh how I loved the Famous Five books Menai... you've brought back so many wonderful memories. I'm sure that Enid Blyton is responsible for me being such an avid reader now.Thanks for your visit and such a lovely comment.Have a great week ;D
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