Castle the Second
This is the Niederburg in Manderscheid, Germany. It was first mentioned in written documents around 1133. Its main claim to fame is that the otherwise generally victorious Bishop of Trier, Balduin, besieged it from 1346 to 1348 without success. In the end he was unable to annex the lands controlled by the Count of Manderscheid, the owner of this castle and the surrounding lands, and had to make do with the Oberburg you saw a few days ago. The burg was inhabited until the mid 19th century, after which time it became a historical site.
Perspective correction and straightening, two unsharp mask layers (darken @ 100%, lighten @ 39% to reduce halos, 50%, 3 pixel radius, threshold 3 levels for both of them. I really should have used a smaller radius on the lighten layer, but I was in a rush.), multiplicative layer with just the sky (1.8 pixel Gaussian blur to reduce noise amplification), levels and saturation to taste.
Business As Usual