Sunday, November 29, 2009

Craigmillar Castle

Emily and I went to craigmillar Castle today. I can't begin to describe how cold it was. The castle is, as ou can see, a ruin, and the wind and rain blew into every nook and cranny. I would like to go back again when it's warm enough to really explore it, and to enjoy the views from the top!
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deb said...

Converting this photo to B & W certainly adds to the atmosphere of the ruins - shame it was so cold though!

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