Tha an Geamhradh a ’tighinn
My first visit to Finlarig castle coincided with the end of dusk turning fast to full night; with a yew-covered graveyard and mausoleum and owls hooting in the trees nearby, it was pretty spooky to start with so I ran with the theme a bit.
Scene was light-painted at the time with a mixture of Manfrotto LED in the middle of the ruins and iPhone in the foreground.
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