17 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday ~ #Castles #Photography

    • Yes, of course 🙂 The first is in Scotland. It was ages ago when we went and I can’t remember exactly where it was. The next one is Dunster Castle in Somerset, belonging to a lovely medieval village, known as Somerset’s hidden gem. The third is Corfe Castle in Dorset and the last is Conwy Castle in North Wales.

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  1. These are magnificent castles, Cathy. Are they near you? Do you read Sue Vincent’s blog? http://scvincent.com. She posts all sorts of things on her blog, but my favorite are when she posts about the moors or old churches http://scvincent.com/2016/04/04/an-old-haunt/ or http://scvincent.com/2016/03/28/ups-wandering-stones-and-a-question-of-time/ or http://scvincent.com/2013/07/16/castles-in-the-air/. You can use “castles,” “moors” or “churches” to find some very interesting posts.
    Did I ever tell you we have a castle here in Loveland, Ohio? http://scvincent.com/2013/07/16/castles-in-the-air/ It is a tourist attraction now, but at one time the gentleman who built it lived in it. Not as old or grand as your castles, but it’s fun to visit. It is a very popular spot for school field trips, too.
    Hugs, my friend.

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    • Yes, the middle two are near where we used to live, the last one is near where we are now. The first I saw when we were on holiday. I do follow Sue’s blog and, like you, love the posts about churches and scenery 🙂 And you have a castle too. I love visiting them. Hugs back.

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