Lens-Artists #63: Magical

This week, Ann-Christine has challenged us to show what is magical to us.

What is more magical than an ancient castle? As we traveled through Ireland and Scotland earlier this year one of my favorite things was seeing the many castles.

For me, the most magical of all was Dunnottar Castle in Stovehaven, Scotland. Sitting on top of a cliff that juts out into the North Sea, it seemed to magically appear out of a thick fog.

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Dunnottar Castle on a Foggy Day, Stonehaven, Scotland
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The North Sea was barely visible below Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven, Scotland
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A path led down to the sea at Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven, Scotland

Occasionally the fog would clear just long enough for a clear view. Even without the fog, it was a magical site to see.

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Foggy day at Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven, Scotland

Many thanks to Ann-Christine for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Magical

 

27 thoughts on “Lens-Artists #63: Magical

  1. Beth, you’ve reminded me of MY favorite castle from our visit to Scotland. What a magical place – the entire country I think! Thanks so much for the fond memory and the beautiful contribution to this week’s challenge.

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