OK, a little history lesson today about Scotland and it's castles.
According to Wikipedia, this castle sits on a small island in the western Highlands of Scotland. It is connected to the mainland by a footbridge about one half mile from the village of Donnie. The name comes from Donnam of Eigg, a Celtic saint martyred in the Dark Ages.
Legend has it that Robert the Bruce was given refuge in this castle in the early fourteenth century -
If you look hard enough one can see Isle of Skye in the distance.
Two images today - one high resolution and one Iphone capture.