by David Swatton May. 11, 2012 3885 views

This is the small northern town of Barnard Castle, named after the medieval castle that dominates the centre of the town.

The first picture I took from the castle ramparts shown in the second shot and the second shot I took from the side of the river shown in the first… still with me?

Have a good weekend, all.


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Helen Hooker 5 years ago

Wonderful perspective - I like the way the road leads you through no.1.

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Christa 5 years ago

These are wonderful surroundings!

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Jennifer Litwinowicz 5 years ago

Great shots!

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Miclaud 5 years ago

#1 is beautiful!!!

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Jacki 5 years ago

All I can say is it's a good thing for all the pop ups... thus yes, "still with you". The old castles always had the best views... pretty impressive that even after all these years the castle remains occupy the land there. I assume most of the property is now owned by your national trust? The fact that they have survived for centuries without SOMEONE deciding they wanted to live on that land is impressive.

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Astrid 5 years ago

the colors of the last photo are so good.

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Marsha 5 years ago

Fantastic perspective in #1 - feel like I could just sweep over the bridge and into town!

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Gillian Parsons 5 years ago

Great love the first one, off to Derby we go tomorrow so see you next week with some Derbyshire captures..................

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Marilyn Grimble 5 years ago

You are a dab hand! :-)

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