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  • Posted Aug. 13, 2011 by Ann Garratty Viewed 2831 times
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Chepstow Castle is built on top of cliffs overlooking the River Wye, it is the oldest surviving post-Roman stone fortification in Britain. It's build was started by the Normans and it is the southernmost of a chain of castles built along the English-Welsh border.

This photo wasn't always going to be at this angle, it just happened because I was at the time sliding down a steep embankment on my bum… very undignified it was, but the photo actually turned out ok! (in focus at least)

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      2011.08.15 Edited

      Love the second, great perspective!!! Fantastic view from the bum:)))

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      2011.08.13 Edited

      Amazing just reeks with age. Great job on the action photo, #5. I really like the second one with a view of the steepness of the land and the little bits of greenery growing on the top.