Throwing it back to Eilean Donan Castle today back in March❤️ Coming around the bend in the road and seeing her all lit up at night was truly a magical moment. I need more castles in my life these days. Who wants to go exploring?
A Eilean Donan Castle hanno girato Highlander: un film del 1985, bellissimo e magico. L’ho amato molto, come molte ragazze degli Anni 80. La parte più bella è quando la moglie di Christopher Lambert muore tra le sue braccia, lei tutta rugosa e vecchia, e lui giovane e forte e bello con il kilt e le trecce bionde, e mentre lei muore gli accarezza il viso e gli dice una roba tipo: “Addio mio bel marito, perché tu sia sempre giovane e bello io non so, e non so perché tu sia rimasto con me”. E lui le accarezza le rughe e le dice mentre piange: “Sono rimasto perché ti amo. E tu sei bellissima”. È stata la prima volta in cui io ho visto rappresentato in modo comprensibile la bellezza non convenzionale. Era un film sull’inclusione, sul diverso, sull’accettazione. Ovviamente ogni film che parla di supereroi e razze nascoste fa questa cosa cosa, parla di inclusione e accettazione. La Scozia è un po’ così come Highlander: sembra tutto vecchio, ma invece no. *
I wanna hug the lady who owns this castle. You can walk through hallways filled with photos of her family gatherings here, but make sure to stop at the full wall collage of photos in “her room” from her 70th birthday party, with her family and best friends.....drunk as hell! And every one of them was amazing. I hope someone cannon balled off the bridge at that party! #scotland#film#eileandonancastle#adventure#35mm#portra800
Today's Largay Travel advisor spotlight features @theportkeytraveller enjoying the view of Eilean Donan Castle a 13th-century castle which is recognized as one of the most iconic images of Scotland all over the world. Situated on an island at the point where three great sea lochs meet, and surrounded by majestic scenery, it is little wonder that the castle is now one of the most visited and important attractions in the Scottish Highlands. Although first inhabited around the 6th century, the first fortified castle was built in the mid 13th century and stood guard over the lands of Kintail. Since then, at least four different versions of the castle have been built and re-built as the feudal history of Scotland unfolded through the centuries #eileandonancastle#scotland#portkeytravel#largaytravel#virtuoso#pleasegoaway#wanderlust#travel
Katrina says ever since she was a little girl she wanted to get married in a Scottish castle. This dream came true on Saturday for her as she married James at Eilean Donan Castle. 🙏👫