Brilliant glad you liked them, I,ve a few more to post soon hope you like them too… thanks
These are wonderful!
Thanks Roberta, glad you liked them
You capture on your camera what most people see what their eye but can not do what you do with a camera. These are great shots. I have a good friend who would enjoy seeing photos of where her people came from. I will try to see if whe can also see them in some format. Thank you for sharing Wales with us.
Thank you so much… 🙂
Wonderful images! I felt like I was standing right in front of them! You have such a great eye!
Thank you for your very kind words 😉
Not only are these framed beautifully with an artist eye, the subject is just tremendous. You made my day! 🙂
Thanks again Terri, really glad you liked them 🙂
Thanks Joseph 🙂
Your welcome Maenamor
Reblogged this on MY BLOG ~.
Another location to put on the ‘to visit’ list. Didn’t know this place existed. Some dramatic images…excellent
Thanks David, we had a great day out and only got to see a few things on our list …looking forward to going back exploring again
That looks absolutely gorgeous – I love the atmosphere of both old buildings and old ruins. Whereabouts is it?
Hiya Chrissie it is not a million miles from Shrewsbury, so many great things to visit. The weather made it all the better
You conveyed a sense of mystery and mysticism.
Thanks Bonnie 🙂
Beautiful, but eerie.
It seems to be too modern to be a castle ruin with a grass carpet. 🙂
A well kept carpet at that 😉
What a lovely building. Do you know much of its history and whatnots?
The wall with big windows impressed me so much… you did a wonderful set. Thank you, with my love, nia
ha ha – you got me going here – I used to live across the road at RAF Shawbury and I thought you had pinched some of my pics (bad humour I know). Great set I used to love this place and would often run past it from camp as well. Got some lovely shots of the pigs in the field next door – looks like a wonderful Shropshire Day
Hiya Scott, Its a great part of the country great place to have a bit of a run in 🙂 How long were you based there.
3 years left 2 1/2 years ago
These are wonderful! I’d love to be able to roam around there. 🙂
i see a trip focused around shrewsbury coming on. After seeing your photos I was trying to fit visiting here with wales but I know it won’t work (too much to see in Wales) and D won’t appreciate being dragged to a ruin unless either the weather is good or else this is just a stop off on the way to somewhere else. So, I think next year Ludlow and the Midlands would be a good week away. Any recommendations?
Cool, I might go !… Nice to hear about cool places not too far away…
Can you quite freely walk around? Or is there sections you can’t get up close to?
Hiya Dave, park next to it and have a good wander around… visit t he church next door too… 🙂
Beatiful pictures – all over the website. I do wish I was capable of taking pictures that were half as good!
These posts make me what to pack in my job and go exploring so badly!
I know what you mean ,, we are trying to put an escape plan together 🙂
You have a lot of beautiful pictures but these are amazing! I love the castles, looks awesome!
I love that first photo!
Fantastic shots!! Love old castles. I need to come back to Wales.
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