Fallen #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Linking to Sunday Stills – hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. This week’s theme: Fallen

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27 thoughts on “Fallen #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. This is a great photo Thanks A ruin of this proportion deserves a great story Maybe an epic fight between a dragon and chimaera where the humans cowered in the corners. Perhaps Pirate cannons fired on it all night until the Navy finally arrived. Just some thoughts what are yours

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  2. I’ve been there Hugh!! I loved seeing these types of ruins when we were over there as we don’t have anything like that here in Aus 🙂 Great take on Terri’s prompt of ‘fallen’ with a fabulous photo – you do Wordless Wednesday very well, I often can’t help sneaking in a word or two!!

    1. Thanks, Debbie. I loved our visit to Corfe Castle. The village just below the castle was also impressive. A bit of a tourist trap, but I still have my Corfe Castle teatowel.

      Thank you for the feedback on how I do Wordless Wednesdays. It gives me a great chance to show off some of my photography, and I like the challenge of not using any words. I get a lot of traffic to these posts, so I’m happy with them.

      1. Yes I also get a lot of traffic for my WW posts, even if I do sneak in some words from time to time!

        I smiled at the Corfe teatowel comment, I may have one here too!!

  3. Depending on the age of these structures and weather, I’m surprised castles like this are still standing to this degree, Hugh! Quite gorgeous in its decaying state. I’m thrilled to see a fallen castle submitted for Sunday Stills. I’ve been watching Outlander on Netflix and love the Scottish history and of course the story and setting. Must be nice to be able to easily visit the area.

    1. We’re blessed with so many castles in Wales, Terri. Although the castle in the picture isn’t in Wales, some are still inhabited. And I hear that many are haunted. But who can blame them with all the history they have. And I wonder how many times this castle fell to invading enemies?

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