Day: July 6, 2017

The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Harlech

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Leaving Portmeirion and its mysteries behind, we drove across the estuary to Harlech in search of lunch. Stuart and I had parked beneath the Norman castle that morning when we were in search of breakfast. The imposing bulk of the walls, towering high upon the castle mound, still makes a powerful statement today. I was glad we had…

An Eye full of Reflection (6 of 7)

Apart from its sheer presence in the landscape, the castle at Harlech has a location that is breathtaking – perched high in the elevated centre of the small town, looking back down the valley at a vista that embraces the area of Porthmadog, then slides your eye leftwards to take in the whole of the Lleyn Peninsula. On our scouting trip in May, we … Read More An Eye full of Reflection (6 of 7)

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