I photographed this mural in Narberth, in Wales. It is created from individual tiles, and is so bright and colourful. It was made by artist Ben Lloyd, and local children. It seemed a good choice for Cee’s fun foto challenge this week.
I have chosen a photo of Picton Castle in Pembrokeshire in Wales, for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week.
We saw these solar panel fields in Wales a couple of years ago. The panels are placed in such a way that sheep can still graze beneath them. Of course keeping potential vandals out is an issue, and the fields are surrounded by high fencing and are monitored by security cameras. “Danger of Death” seemed quite a foreboding sign!
The walls of this Welsh castle provided security for it inhabitants in the early 12th Century.
On a recent trip to North Wales we visited Beaumaris Castle. The never completed, moated castle is a world heritage site. It was a great place to explore and I found myself looking up on many occasions.
On a recent family trip to South Wales in the UK, we spent an enjoyable afternoon with friends at the Gwilli Steam Railway. The steam trains are symbols of the past and have been lovingly restored by dedicated volunteers. But the Welsh dragon, an important symbol of Wales, was also much in evidence on the train we rode.
Check out other “symbols” at the Weekly Photo Challenge.