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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

The Tower



Those of you who visit my other blog spuduka.blogspot may recognise this tower from one of the blogs. It is a place called Tetower and you can read more about it here http://www.castlewales.com/tretwr.html. Though I took a few photos on the occasion I visited the place was not open.

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20 comments:

  1. Good morning Bill...

    this is such a beautiful photo ! It´s a nice combination of landscape, architecture and the sheep´s ... Nice photo !!

    Greetings

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    1. Thank you for the nice comment, it's quite a photogenic place

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  2. Yes, but not the phtogenic place or the equipment makes the photo !!

    It´s the photographer :)

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  3. Hari Om
    I agree with Timur - in the end it is the eye and how it frames and composes that makes the diff between a good shot and a fabby one. This one is fabby!! Oh how frustrating not to be able to climb up and through it though... tempted to go back?

    YAM xx

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    1. Yes I am tempted to go back and there are some more ruined castles not far away.

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  4. Nicely done, and a good link!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  5. Stuff like that mystifies and creeps me out at the same time. Love the shot.

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    1. I've been to a few creepy places worse than that though i would like a nose round the place

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  6. Creative photo and great composition ~ carol, xo

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  7. An amazing building - they certainly built to last! The other post about it was very interesting. Great photos.

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    1. There are some better examples around though like this one I have not visited them.

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  8. There may be better examples but this makes for a perfect picture with that wonderful background setting it off.

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  9. Very inviting photo for the place, i wonder how the inside looks like. Do you have snakes? Maybe it houses some of them!

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    1. Snakes only one I have seen in this country is a grass snake which you might get round there, can't see any adders hanging round the place. I doubt you can climb the tower any more the timbers would have rotted away.

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  10. What a wonderful old tower and the lovely sheep. Fabulous !

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    1. I felt sorry for the sheep as there was lttle shade in one of the fields and they looked unhappy

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