Morton Castle Ruins, Scotland | PT.II | 35:Chronicle

35mm, black & white, landscape, photography, ruins, structures, waterscape


Occasionally, words only serve to get in the way. 


IV. | Morton Castle | 35mm.

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V. | Morton, from the Dam [II] | 35mm.

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VI. | Westerly, over Morton Loch | 35mm.

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19 thoughts on “Morton Castle Ruins, Scotland | PT.II | 35:Chronicle

  1. I would ask you what kind of trees these ones are, but I remember what you wrote about it 🙂 Very beautiful pictures. Colour gives more information. In which season this color photograph was taken?

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    1. There are many different species of trees Alena. That’s all I need to know. 😉 I’m glad that you enjoy the pictures and I am always grateful for your kind comments. To answer your question, I made this series just last week – very winter, very dull, and, rather damp! The lengths to which we go for our beloved art. 🙏

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    2. Actually I remembered now that there are something similar in Estonia. But when I lived in Russia, the snow lay until the end of March, and sometimes longer. So when finally it began to thaw, it was expected to see green grass under. But green grass in winter… it still surprises me.

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    1. Thank you, H. I’m happy to read your comments! 🙏 Yes, Morton has a wonderful presence, and it typifies all one might expect to feel in such a place. I can’t wait to go back!

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  2. Love these old ruins, great work! It was Simon Marsden’s book, In Ruins, The Once Great Houses of Ireland, which hooked me into photography back in the 80s. Love seeing the images you produce.

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    1. Thank you hugely for your comments. I have a keen fondness for old ruins, especially those with long and interesting histories. I will now have to investigated Marsden! Thank you! 🙏 Best, Rob.


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