Morton Castle is located by an artificial loch in the hills above Nithsdale, in Dumfries and Galloway, south-west Scotland. Probably built in the 13th century, it lies just to the north-east of Thornhill, and once formed part of a chain of castles along the strategically important Nith Valley, which runs from the Solway Firth north to the Clyde Valley.
A beautiful sunset combined with a calm evening gives a beautiful reflection in the loch.
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