Four views of the castle in Port Glasgow on the south bank of the River Clyde.
The buildings next door (west) are Ferguson's shipyard.
From the shore side, looking north.
That's not lens distortion causing the building to appear to bend towards the camera. As you can see in the fourth photo (the overhead view) the tower is built at an odd angle to the main house section of the castle.
(More likely is that the tower was built first and the house part added later.)
From offshore, looking south-west.
There's a short pier a little way to the east of the castle and this photograph was taken by flying the kite off the end of it, hanging the camera out over the water.
A more overhead view.
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