I know, it’s ironic, isn’t it – an entire post just crammed with photos, mere days after I whine about people stealing my images! Like I said, though, I’m not going to stop posting photos because of these idiots, although I have added watermarks to these ones (for all the good it’ll do), and I’m going to try and host my images here on my blog rather than on Flickr, too. Again, I know that won’t stop people stealing them, but it’ll hopefully simplify things a bit by keeping everything in the same place.
On Sunday, Terry and I decided, more or less on a whim, to go to Glamis Castle, which, as some of you will know, was the childhood home of the Queen Mother, and the place where MacBeth killed Duncan in the Shakespearean play. (Not in real life, though – Shakespeare made that bit up). It also has more than its fair share of ghosts, myths and legends, which is exactly how a castle should be, I always think. Scooby and the gang would love it.
Photography is forbidden inside the castle, so these are all pictures of the grounds. Except this one:
Whoops. Sorry, National Trust.