We visited the impressive 15th Century Kilchurn Castle early in the morning to catch the sunrise. It is a ruined structure set on a rocky peninsula at the end of Loch Awe in Argyll, Scotland. The setting is beautiful.
As the sun rose, the light conditions and cloud formations were ever-changing. The images I took over two hours are all so different and diverse due to this, with this one being my favourite, as I loved the muted colours and the fact that it looks as if the image is floating.
We parked opposite the loch and walked down through a sheep field to the loch edge. There is a path, and the area around the loch is flat and, luckily, not too muddy.
This is a location that can be captured at any time of the year; the images you would capture would differ on every visit.
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