17 Apr 2011

Sunset over Blackness Castle

Few words tonight my bloggy friends. Just a fine Scottish sunset falling behind the stones and harbour of Blackness Castle.

Often referred to as “the ship that never sailed,” Blackness juts out into the Forth River, providing formidable military defense since as early as the mid-1400s.

It was one of those rare cloudness days that held us all in awe, the sun’s final glow giving a false warmth to the castle walls. We held out until the breeze turned too cold, then retreated gratefully to the car.

Do you have memories of a beautiful Scottish sunset? Where was it? Do tell.

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