Loch Fyne

It’s been a while since I posted any photography, so here are a few snaps I grabbed in Scotland some years back (click to enlarge):


 These were shot on the Western coast of Scotland in county Kintyre (as in The Mull of Kintyre) a peninsular finger that sticks out into the Irish Sea. In fact, when I took this one I was standing right here. This is on the property of Stonefield Castle on Loch Fyne.

 This former baronial estate may be the most hauntingly beautiful place I’ve ever seen. The place is simply astonishing. Of course Scotland in general is one of the most photogenic places on the planet. It’s mighty difficult to take a bad photograph there. And it can make a hack like me look like he knows what he’s doing.

Here’s a couple more. Click on the thumbnails for a full-size look.


Oh…and if you want to see what a real photographer can do with the place, have a look at this guy’s collection from the nearby Isle of Bute. They’re amazing.