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    Mind-Blowing Castles in Scotland

    Scottish castles are a photographer’s dream. They’re  so footageque that even an amateur with a basic camera can realize it exhausting to not get sensible pictures. There’s something spookily stunning a few medieval fort that’s sitting isolated high on a bluff or an island standing guard over a loch, river or ocean that simply begs to be photographed. Whatever the weather or time of day, these fortresses stand happy with their historic past, simply watching for a click to capture their superb past. Even basic  editing software should have a button to convert coloured photos to black and white. strive it; the castle’s look can fight an entire new dimension. There is something quietly peaceful and delightful regarding castles found in woodlands. Several of Scotland’s castles weren’t built as defense mechanisms, however rather as family homes where the same family has lived for hundreds of years. They sit encircled by the colourful greens of forests and formal gardens, with rooms full of antique furnishings. Scottish castles are…

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    Explore Scotland and Enjoy

    Crathes Castle Aerial photos of Crathes Castle show this tower house sitting in a gorgeous setting of forests, walkways and formal gardens that make it one among the best gardens in Scotland. The Aberdeenshire castle set out as a fortress built on an island in the middle of a bog. It’s notable for painted Scottish Renaissance ceilings and also the Green Lady’s area, which is said to be haunted. Dunnottar Castle Historic Dunnottar Castle is nothing wanting spectacular, sitting high atop a 50-meter (160-foot) high premonitory overlooking the North sea at the northeast coast of Scotland. The impregnable medieval fortress is best called the place where Scotland’s crown jewels were protected from Oliver Cromwell’s invading army in the 17th century. Access is via an uphill path that involves climbing more than 200 steps. Stirling Castle…