Where To Now? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of a large gap in castle walls showing a tree and two figures deciding which route to take
Where To Now?

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33 thoughts on “Where To Now? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. The rock faces remind me of two stoic sentries overlooking passersby.
    I’d like to participate, I love taking photos, though will need to fossick through my collection that tells a story.

      1. Thank you, Hugh. Is there an easy way to locate the Wordless Wednesday posts from other participants? I also have just posted my photo 🙂

        1. You can use the WordPress search bar to do a search or use the hashtag #WordlessWednesday on Twitter and other social media sites.
          I’ve also just started asking participants to leave links to their Wordless Wednesday posts on my Wordless Wednesday posts. However, I only approve links to posts that are wordless. The whole idea of Wordless Wednesday is to showcase photos and pictures without adding any text to the main body of the post.

          I hope that helps.

    1. It’s Abergavenny castle in South Wales, Erika. Although we’re lucky to have more castles per square mile in Wales than any other country worldwide, it’s impressive.

        1. England is one of the countries in the UK, with Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland making up the other three parts that make up the UK, Erika. All beautiful in their own ways.

        2. Where I want to go first (again) is Scotland. I have been to Scotland many, many… many years ago and want to see the picturesque and romantic lake areas and the highlands again.

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