Still in the surrounding of the castle I stumbled into this small river running towards Loch Assynt.
Actually this "fall" was just one meter high, but also a good excuse to make more experiments with my camera.
I was wandering around because the sign on the castle said that there were more ruins, and more ancient than the castle itself, in the immediate surroundings of the castle site. Obviously I found no one of them
Outside the castle, the water of the Loch Assynt wetted the low shore.
I found "artistic" the shot I was trying to make, because water was so clean and transparent.
Lack of urbanization, and of inhabitants, in general in Scotland, made possible to nature to remain untouched even in the last years.
It all makes the environment beautiful, and even a ruin like the Ardvreck Castle becomes a great place to live.
The desperate attempt to make decent pictures never leave me during my journeys.
It is like a demon catches me, making me lose a lot of time looking for the best image to shoot, the more difficult the picture to take, the more intensely I try.
Results are often terrible, but sometimes I succeed, as in this case.
Sorry for bothering.
The Calda house in the distance