A Pretty Pair of Castles on the Isle of Mull, Scotland

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I'm posting more of my Scotland photos for summerpics – these were taken last summer on the Isle of Mull near Craignure. The first, an ancient castle, Duart, home of the clan MacLean, dates back to the 1300's. The second, Torosay, was built to be the home of a weathy man in the 1850's. The current owner, a wealthy English gentleman, retired to the castle after escaping from a German prison of war camp in World War II. Parts of Torosay Castle can be rented as a self-accommodating or B&B stay.

While you may have seen a few of these photos before, most are new, and worth a look if you like castles and blue skies! The photos are unedited, uncropped, raw footage from my camera. Yes, the sky really was that blue!   Enjoy!

























































































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   I hope you enjoyed seeing Duart and Torosay Castle on the Isle of Mull, Scotland!                                 

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I own a bed and breakfast and teahouse and stay very busy. In my "spare time" I write books, play the piano at my husband's church and go on adventures with my nieces.

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