Wales Road Trip (clouds rain agriculture architecture beach boats bridges mountains trees water waterfalls waves ). Photo by Gloster
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Wales Road Trip

Uploaded by: Gloster

Monday October 22, 2012

Capel Curig,

Caption: A couple of days in North Wales and I have some nice snaps.At Harlech now. Incredibly,there are maniacs playing Golf down on the green bit next to the waves.

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3. MTDisk
4:09 AM GMT on October 25, 2012
Great shot!! Don't you just wonder how in the world they built these buildings SO many years ago!!!And the stories that could be told!? Europe is awesome!! Enjoy your trip!! : )
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2. Doesiedoats
3:58 AM GMT on October 25, 2012
Would love to hear the story behind
this old fortress/castle.

I, by the way, found an edition of
the stories you recommended for my
Kindle reader. Don't know how soon
I'll get to start reading them, but
I thank you again for the information.
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1. kristinarinell
2:08 AM GMT on October 25, 2012
very interesting!
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Im a retired Electronic Technician and now a Gentleman of Leisure.Been married now for 35 Years and got 3 Kids,5 Grandkids and 1 Great Grandkid.I took up photography around 1955 with a box camera.Today,I have a Digital Fuji. Nothing exotic just convenient.I've chosen this site as it's fuss free and everyone is everyone else's friend.

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