So I guess that is another for our list….it’s getting longer
To be honest David it’s one of those places to pop into if you’re passing.. 🙂
Many Thanks 🙂
Looks like fun. 🙂
It wasnt too bad 🙂
Didn’t even know it was there! Too busy rushing on to Snowdonia 🙂
Me neither, it,s only because I,ve had to slow down a bit I found it 🙂
Do you ever feel anything spooky when you visit all these atmospheric ruins?
Usually you can feel the history oozing out of these old buildings, but for some reason Flint council thought it would be an even greater tourist attraction if they surrounded it with a council estate..
One of the few N Wales castles I’ve never been to. Me and the kids love a good castle
I did it great justice with the camera to be fair.. 🙂
Beautiful pictures of nice old stonework. These are great. I am going to send the link to my son. He is an architect and loves old work like this. Thanks again for showing us these wonderful old buildings.
Many thanks, an architect superb job…I,ve worked for some great architects in my time some great minds out there. 🙂
Thank you, beautiful, wish I were there!
Thanks Bonnie, we had a nice day out wandering around 🙂
Anytime you have good shots, wonderful.
Thanks for your kind words yet again..I,m enjoying your photo’s too 🙂
What a place! I especially loved the last photo! Great!
Thanks Terri, 🙂
Thanks Sue, 🙂
These are really gorgeous photos! I feel as if I’ve been there-thanks!
Thanks Meg, 🙂
Amazing. It’s a great building.
Many thanks for your comment, I read your last post yesterday it was very moving.
Amazing castle photographs… I loved them all dear maenamor, Thank you. With my love, nia
thanks again nia, 🙂
wow, the last picture is my favourite!
Thank you 🙂
such neat things to take pictures of !!!
Thanks Derrick ,,
Wonderfully moody shots!
When I visited Flint Castle, I was surprised how great it was. There’s lots to see with several towers etc and it would be great for photographers with lots of interesting angles. It’s about 50 minutes from Betws-y-Coed – going over the Denbigh moors would take a bit longer but it is a fabulous drive.
denbigh moors is one of my favourite ways into snowdonia doesnt matter how many times you drive over them they are never the same 🙂 love your blog, 🙂
There is an award for your blog dear maenamor in this link. Thank you, with my love, nia
Nia , you are far to kind 🙂 …many thanks for your kind words it really is appreciated 😉
First-time visitor from Nia … love the castle!
Many thanks for dropping in 🙂 glad you like the castle photo’s
A good place for film making! 😀 Awesome shot!
Thanks Ristin Glad you like them 🙂
I love photos of castle…. it connects us with the past..;)
Wow, That Last Shot is Uncanny… Simply Amazing
Yes, my favourite is the final shot too – wonderful point of view.
Thanks for the inspiration. I would like to pass the very inspiring blog award to you. It is on my new post! If there is a problem with the copy and paste let me know. My settngs are acting weird!
Love it, love it. A good ruin is as fine as a grand building! The interior shot is absolutely gorgeous.
Kreativ Blogger Award:
I think I must have been a Druid in a former life – drawn to these vistas. 🙂
I like all of them, but my favorite is the last shot, which takes me up and up into the sky and endless possibilities.
I lived in Brandon in East Anglia during the mid 1960s. Our exterior walls of our small rented home were made entirely of flint stones mined in flint mines near our place. The house was ancient. The owner had a photocopy of the original deed which was granted by the King of England. I remember that it was easy to just remove a flint stone and you could look right into the house. Not much insulation, just a bit of protection from the wind and rains.
I have been here. I will have to dig out a shot from my trip too. Thanks for the reminder. 🙂 nice collection of shots btw.
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