Loch Linnhe, Argyll & Bute
A couple of photos taken against the light on a dullish day in April 2016.
These views are looking across Loch Linnhe towards Glensanda Quarry on the Kingarloch coast of the Morvern peninsula.
On the left horizon is the northern end of Lismore.
The castle dates back all the way to around 1320 and has, to put it mildly, a chequered career involving several families and many changes of ownership.
Having been restored the castle has been in private hands for many years and is fully habitable. Visits can be arranged.
The castle sits on an island named Eilean an Stalcaire and the smaller one nearby is Eilean a' Ghaill.
Stalcaire translates as hunter or stalker, hence the name.
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