National Trust for Scotland, Photo was taken in March
Crovie, near Gardenstown, The Moray Firth, Scotland.
A fairy tale castle, a fine example of Scottish baronial architecture, completed in 1626.
16th Century castle, Once the home of Lord Byron, the location is in the parish of Fyvie in the Formartine area of Aberdeenshire Scotland. It is said that the ruins are haunted by a Piper.
Taken from the cliff at the RSPB site near Downie Bay
A huge bird of prey, with its long broad wings and longish tail, that likes to soar and glide on the air currents. Remote glens open moorland and the mountains of the Scottish highland.