Dans la série des châteaux, celui là est sorti de l’eau, la brume au loin. L’ambiance était vraiment mystique, je vous mettrai peut être des photos des ces nuages qui se mélangeait au paysage.
Ça valait le détour et cette réflection presque parfaite.
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The Isle of Skye is absolutely one of my favourite places.
This is the view from The Storr, the mountain behind the famous Old Man Of Storr. Most don't make it up this far, but it's even cooler than the Old Man in my opinion.
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Quiraing- Scotland 🏴 Sunrise here is a must. Also recommend scouting this area in advance to avoid ‘photographers panic’ as the light here is amazing. Yes, it rains a lot here but that shouldn’t stop you from shooting correct? Shot with Leica mp 240 -35 mm @ f2
Ancestral home to the Dukes of Argyll, Chiefs of Clan Campbell since the early 15th Century, Inveraray Castle is located in the picturesque county of Argyll and Bute; along the banks of Loch Fyne.
Sir Duncan Campbell established a small castle at Inveraray, and his son, Colin, founded a planned town around the castle in the 1470s. That medieval castle stayed essentially unaltered for over two centuries before the 2nd Duke of Argyll decided that something grander was needed in the early 18th century.
The castle we see today is said to have been the result of an idea sketched out by John Vanbrug, the architect of Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard.
Vanbrugh died before his idea could be put into practice, and the 3rd Duke called in William Adam and Roger Morris to design and build his new family seat. Construction began in 1743 but took 43 years to complete.
More recently, Inveraray Castle is known as the film location for the Downton Abbey Christmas 2012 episode.
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Peering through the window across to the old bridge and ruined archway.
Did you know that the archway hasn’t been the victim of a terrible attack on the castle, it was designed to look like a ruin. I guess they wanted visitors to see the crumbling archway and then be stunned by the glamorous Culzean Castle.
“So this next song, this next part of our little path we are gonna put you through tonight... is a song about freedom and what does that mean? Well... I don’t know, you tell me! Everybody in their own heart has their own idea about what it is to be a free man or a free woman and do not be oppressed by somebody else, tell them what the fuck to do, you can’t do this, you can’t do that, you can’t drink that, you can’t do, whatever the fuck!
So we are gettin’ into the politics of the last 200 years, which is full of fuckin’ people telling everybody else what to fuckin’ do.
We are gonna go way back, we are gonna go back to medieval Scotland. We are gonna go back to a man, one man who fought... you know what, I do not have my freedom, my children do not have their freedom, because the English are taking it away... that man is William Wallace... and when his freedom was threatened... He stood up and he fuckin’ did something about it... well, we should stand up when our freedoms are threatened.
So this goes all the way back and this is the story of
The Clansman 🏴🗡
Double rainbow! Fast becoming one of my favourite views, about 5 mins away from our wee caravan 😍 Looking over onto the Torridon Hills which look different everyday. Sometimes a little bit of rain is good 🙄 +
Taken on a Nikon D750 with a f/2.8 24-70mm lens.