Monday, 8 March 2010

Castle Top Views WALES

N.S.E.W.
Castle Top Views.
photo 1 = You can see our cottage complex, slightly to the left in the middle. 2 cottages to rent. Owners cottage. Stables.

3rd Photo = You can see Llangollen, puff puff.


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15 comments:

Krista said...

WOW! What stunning vistas. You can see for miles - great you had such a clear(ish) day! Doesn't look like it was raining on you anyway. Or snowing! :o)

Craver Vii said...

WOW!!!!! I wish I could take my wife there for some nice, long walks. What a beautiful land.

Darla said...

What beautiful scenery!! Catch your breath yet? I don't remember that header being a theme, you stinker you!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Well, Wales looks like lovely country.

Cezar and Léia said...

Really beautiful landscape, thanks for sharing!
God bless you!
Cezar

lynnwiles said...

I think rolling hills are my favorite type of landscape, following seascapes. Very nice Mac.

joey said...

Oh my, iMac, these are stunning photos. I must visit some day! Keep 'em coming ... I'm so enjoying the trip vicariously through your wonderful photography :)

Gail's Man said...

Looking good matey. It must have rained at least once during the week. You can't go to Wales and not get soaked. Like going to Manchester!

Tom said...

Excellent views wish I could have been there...

Dar said...

What a lovely sight. A hot air balloon ride over Wales would sure be a treat...but lucky you to have such an artistic view of your world...it's simply wonderful. Thanks for sharing SM...
God Bless Your Week

Sunny said...

Gorgeous views. What a lovely place to walk.
Sunny :)

Bloodhound said...

It was very worth while, making that climb. The views are great!

Staffan H said...

Wuthering heights? Both the landscape and your photos are fantastic. I have looked at them several times. Thanks for sharing!

smokepole said...

Wow beautiful picture. My Husband's grandfather was born in Wales. Love your pictures

Brit Gal Sarah said...

I miss rolling hills and hedgerows like these. Wales is such a beautiful and I think often under-rated place to visit. Your trip looks like it was wonderful.