Saturday, December 24, 2011

Fabulous Friday & Skywatch Friday:Chepstow Castle

I have been sick this week with my first bout of laryngitis & a chest infection in almost 6 years!! So, I haven't been out with my camera. As I have already done a couple of Christmas posts, I decided to do something entirely different.

What I love to do when I am house bound is go through old photos. Well, these aren't too old. They are from my around the world trip in September/October 2010 (USA, UK & Europe).

Built in 1067, Chepstow Castle is a Norman castle perched high above the banks of the river Wye in southeast Wales. Built for William the Conqueror by William FitzOsbern, Earl of Hereford. Chepstow Castle is the oldest surviving stone castle in Britain.

Thanks for stopping by & do have a wonderful Christmas weekend!

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        Skywatch Friday



Michael S-B said...

It was a great day out and we saw so many wonderful sights including Tintern Abbey. But Chepstow will always remain a favourite.

TexWisGirl said...

amazing castle! i do hope you get to feeling better!!!

Unknown said...

Love your pictures!!
Wish I could see and explore the old castle by myself.

Christmas waves a magic wand over this world,
and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.
Wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
- Cheers from Canada,

Betty Manousos said...

hi liz, hope you're feeling better by now.

brilliant photos of an amazing castle.
glad to see this!

and thanks so much for following CUT AND DRY.
following your lovely blog right back!

Anonymous said...

I have always wanted to visit an old castle... I can't imagine the things a place that old has seen! Oh the history!

Awesome captures, every single shot!!! =)

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! =)

FilipBlog said...

Hope you get better soon. Merry Christmas. Your castle is great.


HansHB said...

Very good shots!
I wish you a Merry Christmas!

deb duty said...

What an amazing place! Your photos are gorgeous! Hope you are feeling better soon!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

These photos look like postcards... so beautiful! Great post.

Connie Smiley said...

What a beautiful tour with a fitting finale. LOVE that last shot! Hope you're up and around soon!

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Great photos, and a wonderful idea of going through the "archives"...

Anonymous said...

Looks like a really neat place to visit. God bless!

Shaun said...

thanks for the link Liz. A fab castle, its a must on my list of places to go now. And its not that far away from where i live

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