Day 196: Girvan to Dunure – Culzean Castle

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Ayrshire, Scotland

Ailsa Craig from Girvan harbour, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Chocks, Girvan harbour, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Potatoes under plastic, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Potato harvest, Girvan Mains, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Ailsa Craig, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Potatoes under agricultural fleece, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland.

I can neither confirm or deny the nature of the event. Turnberry, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Potato fields with Ailsa Craig, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Entrance to the east courtyard, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Flintlock pistols in the armoury, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Culzean Castle is the former home of the Marquess of Ailsa, the chief of Clan Kennedy. Built by Architect Robert Adam 1777-92, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The Oval Staircase I, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The armoury I, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The Oval Staircase II, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Round Drawing Room, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The armoury II, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Round Drawing Room Ceiling detail, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The armoury III, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The kitchen, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Waste not, want not. Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Camellia House, Culzean Castle. Originally built as an Orangery by James Donaldson in 1818, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Camellia House interior, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Culzean Castle from Culzean bay, Ayrshire, Scotland.

WW2 Lookout tower, Dunure, Ayrshire, Scotland.

WW2 Lookout tower interior, Dunure, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Dunure Castle built in the 13th century, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Sunset over the Isle of Arran from Dunure, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Girvan Yoga.

I bet their carpet matches the drapes.

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4 thoughts on “Day 196: Girvan to Dunure – Culzean Castle”

    • Thank you, No I didn’t have it with me on this day, unfortunately. To get around this the interiors are 5,000 iso and the post-production has careful noise reduction.

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    • I agree – it’s the contrast between the intimate and personal with the grand and symbolic that make this so interesting to me too.

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