Eilean Donan Castle is a world famous landmark although it isn’t as old as most of the tourists may think. Whilst originating in the 13th century, the present castle dates to the first half of the last century. That said it is a magnetic for photographers and we were blessed with some super post-sunset colours when we stopped off there after a long day on the Isle of Skye. Undeterred by the growing number of midges I set up to make the most of the reflections in the mirror still waters of the loch.

The technical bit:
Location - Loch Alsh, Scotland
Camera - Nikon D800
Lens - Sigma 35mm f1.4 DG HSM Art
Aperture - f11
Exposure - 1 second
ISO - 100