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  • Sam Lyon

    dream castle cause all little girls want a castle at some point in their life.

  • Peggy Shealy

    Castle Stalker, Scotland ~ on tiny island in western Scotland. Few castles look lonelier than Castle Stalker at high tide. Castle Stalker — pronounced "stall-ker" — sits on what is usually a tiny island in western Scotland, although at low tide the water recedes enough that you might be able to wade over from the mainland. Castle Stalker may be one of the most-seen in the world, at least on screen: The 14th-century castle starred in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," appearing in the final scene as Castle Auuggh.

  • Tara Hoover

    Castle Stalker Overlook by *Michelle*(xena2542)-on/off flickr, via Flickr

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