Threave Castle from Balmaghie

The square monolith of Threave Castle stands off in the distance on its small island in the middle of the river Dee, so quite what the round tower structure in the foreground is I’m unsure. Perhaps it’s a disguised water tank, or maybe it really is an ancient relic.

I was driving through this part of The Stewartry when I spotted the nearer tower. Without thinking I leaped from the car, climbed over a gate, and ran across the field to frame my shot. When I returned to the car a woman stepped out of her cottage door and asked what I was doing. When I apologised to her she said that I was lucky that the bull wasn’t in the field that day.

Threave Castle from Balmaghie

Author: smithiesshutter

Writer and Photographer based in S W Scotland. Contact at smithiesshutter.gmail.com Please respect the copyright of all material shown here.

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