I’m looking every which way at Laugharne Castle in Wales.
When I first come upon a castle ruin I walk around it, looking at it first from one side,
And then the other, And all around. From the outside looking up at the castle walls (and being blinded by the sun).From the inside of the building there is a wall of openings where the windows used to be, and it looks quite different from this very different perspective. More ways of looking up… Then there’s climbing up on a section of the ramparts deemed to be safe…And looking down on the surrounding estuary.This stained-glass map shows how this Pembrokeshire Coast of Wales is crowded with castles. (Also fabulous walking trails!)More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Angles.
You covered it from every which way Elizabeth. Lovely! I often think of how miserable those cold castles would have been during the winters
I knew someone who used to live in what I thought was a glamorous chateau and she soon made sure I knew that they all suffered from chilblains in the winter – something that I know nothing about!
Thank you for sharing this interesting post, and as the title says, it covers the castle from all possible angles 🙂
Castle ruins are so much fun to explore – especially if you can get inside and there is someway up to the ramparts for a view.
You surely have covered it all – and I must say I would like to go there myself. Wales is a part of GB that I have only visited for short moments. And there are many angles left to see… Many castles as well and beautiful countryside all over I know. Thank you for the thorough views of this beauty!
This area of Wales (the Pembrokeshire Coast) has so many castles and the wonderful Pembrokeshire trail which runs forever along the coast – well worth spending some time there!
On my list if I had one!
Thank you for the tour. So wonderful to see the castle from different angle. Great photos!
I love old ruins…
Excellent. I :heart: castles.
Get thee to Wales kind sir!