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Glenfinnan & Dunottar Castle

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Some pictures taken on a long weekend, East and west Scotland

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Wow--beautiful work, Rob! So you've just inspired me to start planning a trip to Scotland--must see these places! (Unfortunately, that will be a few years out... :lol: ) I love all the reflections you caught, and the light rays in no. 5 are gorgeous. Is that tunnel part of Dunottar? What a stunning setting for a castle.



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Wow--beautiful work, Rob! So you've just inspired me to start planning a trip to Scotland--must see these places! (Unfortunately, that will be a few years out... :lol: ) I love all the reflections you caught, and the light rays in no. 5 are gorgeous. Is that tunnel part of Dunottar? What a stunning setting for a castle.

Hi, thanks Nicole. You really must come over for a visit. 
The tunnel was used as a prison where the people were locked in and left to die (women and children too), some managed to escape. For the others who survived, they were later sent on ships to the "New World".  It's a stunning castle and would be fantastic if used as a movie location



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Great series. Well done



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Superb series of captures!

 

My attention was caught by the fifth… I think there is

lot more dramatic in that take, So I gave it a try and,
yes, 
there is. I only wish I had a RAW file to play with

instead of the jpg.

 

Cool compositional skills! ;P







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