Kilchurn Castle, Scotland.

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  1. aandj

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    Kilchurn Castle, Scotland.
     

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  2. Fireman Sam

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    Lovely pic’. I’d be tempted to Photoshop that pylon out, (and its reflection).
     
  3. camocam1

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    agree with fireman Sam lovely image, I would also photoshop out the pylon directly behind the castle and would crop in both sides to remove the other 2.
    But they are part of the landscape now unfortunately, at least its not windwills !!!!
     
  4. davidbaldam

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    Great shot, I like the fact that the pylon is in the picture as camocam says thats life these days. (y)
     
  5. Fireman Sam

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    Fairy Nuff.
     
  6. Kool Kroozer

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    loverrrly - off that way ourselves end of August, its just been added to the route (y)
     
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    Lovely photo, pass it on our way to our cabin but in 10 years have never visited but I have a lovely watercolour of it that I picked up for £3 at a junk yard. (y)
     
  8. aandj

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    Thanks for the comments.
     

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