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  • Stefan Zinzen

    Eilean Donan Castle on the west coast of Scotland sits and the point where three lochs converge. Here in 'golden hour' the castle is caught in the last rays of the setting sun. Britain from Above: Month by Month published by Dorling Kindersley. Picture: Jason Hawkes

  • Casandra Perry

    Eilean Donan castle, Scotland, last rays of the setting sun. Pic by Jason Hawkes, from Britain from Above.

  • DK UK

    Eilean Donan Castle, West Highlands (Picture: Jason Hawkes, Britain From Above, DK)

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