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Carreg Samson is another Dolmen in Wales. It is one of the most beautiful spots overlooking the sea, near the picturesque port of Abercastle. Its age is around…

Nash Point Lighthouse is an iconic and historic building that has now been given Grade 2 listed status. The lighthouse was built between 1831 -1832. And was…

This is a beach image. At my local coast, there was a problem with the sea breaching the promenade. A tarmacadam defence was put on the beach. This was known…

A lookout tower at lifeboat station on the coast. Presumably the lookout man is off duty (the seas the other side). To be fair it was a warm and calm day, even…

Last summer Caerphilly Castle held a medieval event . There were medieval crafts exhibitions and enactments. Here is a small example of some of the characters…

Don't know what it is, but it was alongside a now-abandoned railway track. I'm sure it had an important function in a previous life but right now it just…

This is from a local nature park. There was a plan to improve this park with good parking facilities, public toilets and also some area for the park carers. …

This is the "Dipping Bridge" in the small village of Merthyr Mawr. The Bridge was first built in the 15th century, or at least Merthyr Mawr House was. The…

King's Quiot is a megalithic dolmen situated about the beautiful Manorbier Bay in Pembrokeshire in South Wales. The dolmen is about 1 metre high and has a large…

I spent all my growing up and a lot of my adult life in a small mining village. For almost 20 years now I have lived around 10 miles away but it sometimes feels…

While preparing another blog this image popped out at me. There is a forest of evergreens which have been thinned out because of disease and these logs were…
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