Stirling Castle Scotland
Stirling Castle Scotland from the Kings Knot. On the land below Stirling Castle, you will see an octagonal stepped, grassy mound which is the King's Knot also called the crown knot.
The King’s Knot is on the grounds of the ancient King’s Park, Crown property from at least the 1100s, where Scotland’s royalty partook in jousting, hawking and hunting.
Around 1630, it was planted with box trees and ornamental hedges and formed part of a magnificent formal gardens.
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|Location||Stirling Castle from the Kings Knott|
|How to get here||Travel to Kings Knott - GPS position below|
|GPS position||56°7'13" N 3°56'58" W|
|Where to park||On street parking close to the Kings Knott|
|What to shoot||Stirling Castle and the Autumn colours|
|When to shoot||Autumn - Image taken mid October @ 11 am on overcast day|
|Camera||Canon 1Ds III|
|Lens||Canon EF 70-200mm f4 IS USM - @ 89mm|
|Shutter Speed||1/4 sec|
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