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Eilean Donan Castle reflections

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Eilean Donan Castle reflections
Highlands - Dornie, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Another view of fabulous Eilean Donan Castle at Dornie, Highlands. The castle is often illuminated at night, which makes for a fantastic sight as the evening gets darker. This photo was taken from the shore to the north of the castle, but you can get equally stunning views from the south, by the main parking lot.

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