MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.

MEMBER CENTER: Join The Community, Be Recognized, Post, Share, Vote, Rate, Comment.





Create an account


Votes

In my lightboxes:

Caisteal Caol A' Chùirn, Loch Obha
Photo By Graham Harris Graham

  • Title: Caisteal Caol A' Chùirn, Loch Obha
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Nearest Area: Argyll & Bute, Scotland
  • Nearest Town: Clachan an Dìseirt
  • Brief Directions: Walk to edge of loch then keep going for another 20 yards until water breaches chest. Stop for deep breath then start shooting.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: 15th century ruined fortress built by the Campbells of Glenorchy. Destroyed by lightning in 18th century. Visited by photographers since the 20th century. Shot at sunrise while standing waist deep in the loch. As one does.
  • Gear: Wellington boots
This Photo Has Been Viewed 607 times
Keywords:  Historic Locations
  • Edit Image Details

0 Comments

You have been blocked from submitting comments.

Add Comment

 

Click here to view our Interactive Gallery Terms & Conditions.

Most Recent Gallery Comments

  • Re: Autumn Artistry

    Re: Autumn Artistry

    Posted on Saturday 29 August, 2015 by Alena Nicholas.

    Thanks Laura! It's up in the area you also enjoy visiting/photographing, there in the Eastern Sierras! I can't wait for a few more weeks to go start chasing the Fall colors! I look forward to...

  • Re: Duo

    Re: Duo

    Posted on Saturday 29 August, 2015 by Lorenzo Cassina.

    Thank you very much Laura! Appreciated! Lorenzo

  • Re: Light Beam

    Re: Light Beam

    Posted on Saturday 29 August, 2015 by Lorenzo Cassina.

    Laura, this is also beautiful. What a stunning shot you have for us. Wonderful!! Lorenzo

  • Re: Autumn Artistry

    Re: Autumn Artistry

    Posted on Saturday 29 August, 2015 by Laura Zirino.

    Love the lines and contrasting dark and light trunks in this!

  • Re: Duo

    Re: Duo

    Posted on Saturday 29 August, 2015 by Laura Zirino.

    Wow Lorenzo, this is beautiful!