June 23, 2008

Scotland 2008 Part XIX:Incidental Architecture and Landscape around Skye

Digital original, 2 frame exposure blend
Eileen Doune Castle is probably the most iconic view in all of Scotland, but the reputation is well deserved; like Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, there is no denying the impact of this restored ancient building within the setting.
Digital original, 8 frame stitch
Caisteal Maol (Gaelic: Caisteal, ‘Castle’, Moal, ‘bare’) is a ruined castle located near the harbour of the village of Kyleakin, Isle of Skye, Scotland. It is also known as Castle Moil, Castle Moal, Dun Akyn Dun Haakon and Castle Dunakin.
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Kilt Rock, is a series of 200ft high cliffs marked in an almost tartan-like pattern by the rock strata, and with a waterfall tumbling sheer to the pebbled shore below (it might be called Kilt Rock for the pattern of the rock resembling a kilt, or because when people fall off it, they get kilt).

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