Rocks fall down all the time - some were falling as we had lunch. It would be bad if they fell on the road
One of the many controls on the Moselle
Very popular, turrets. On castles, anyway, but here's a home with one.
Austere classical style make-over in 1727-31 of original St Willibrord abbey founded in 698 - he was from Yorkshire, a monk on a mission to cure chorea or St Vitus Dance.
Pull the weeds out round the edges of the stones that comprise the path
Military buildings at the right side of the snapshot, town to the left, windfarm beyond.
The hill on the right is the hill east of Vianden - the buildings are labelled "sanitorium" but look more like a modern development. Most of the interesting bits are behind the hill...
The best place from the west... See the other Vianden castle shots!
the bridge has been rebuilt after WW II, but its an old statue...
Other national flag around the other side
Parish church clock
Always good to be close...
There's a lot of writing on the side of the church. This bit is easily comprehensible, the rest needs a latin scholarship...
Here we are, parked on the beach
We all know they've got to be repaired and its not like you're going to get a bunch of Norman stonemasons to do it, but better than this can be imagined...
Here's the faithful blue car parked by the church (Sunday morning - lots of competition for spaces) while we happily gigapanned...
Home made banana cake
This is in the other Laugherne gigapan!
Collared doves (aka pigeons)
Dylan Thomas' writing shed and boat house
Its all guiillemots - bar the odd seagull
Who can we see through the round window?
Elaborate decoration on each tower
The hole through to the lagoon - and also some of the cut edges of the shale/slate
Tide gradually coming in
Strong wind - hold onto your hat
Boat from Solva
The Duke of Edinburgh
The path at the north end of the bay from where the standard Barafundle Bay picture is taken - including several of these trees usually.
They are watching for...
View straight through the windows and out the other side
But not a narcissus, just a lily
Yes, there's a Damsel Fly in the shot
White lily flowers in various stages - bud, half open, fully open
Climbers packing up (for lunch?)
Snack Bar, Burger Chips, Soft Ice Cream, Tea and Coffee
Welsh digger - not J C Bamford, though
In the crenels you can see...
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