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By andydub471
This shot is of Rhuddlan castle in North Wales. Its a well preserved 13th century castle built only a few hundred yards from the original wooden fortress on Twthill. The hill is still there. Ive reposted this after re-adjusting the contrast as it looked a little lifeless. I added a mono sky because the original was glaring and burnt out. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Andy

Tags: Mono North wales Castle Black and white Digitally manipulated Rhuddlan Landscape and travel

Voters: FeePhoto, RubyTuesday, MDaniel and 5 more

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24 Nov 2006 9:42AM
I Love it, great shot, now im insanely jealous when in North Wales time didnt permit personal gothic shoots of ruins such as these.

I will return this is great expecting a gargoyle to pock his head thru the hole any second
28 Nov 2006 1:16AM
This is a sensational shot. The composition is brialliant, the mono is great. It makes me want to go through, to see more, its intriguing, and asolutely wonderful!
RobinF 14 83 1 England
28 Nov 2006 2:06PM
This is more than a bit special, simple idea but really well executed. 'RubyTuesday' is absolutley right! It's intriguing and leaves you wanting more. - kind regards Robin
3 Jan 2007 1:44PM
really nicely framed!
graff 14 2 France
24 Aug 2007 10:01PM
great shot....don't worry about others Alestier Crowley (the black magic chap) said is best;...." what thou wilt is the whole of the law....."

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