Day 107: Pembrey to Carmarthen – Berry & Ward

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Dyfed, Wales
Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

Rail lines, Kidwelly Dyfed.

Rail lines, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed.

Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed.

Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed.

Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed.

South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed.

Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed.

Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Cwmyrarian, Dyfed.

Cwmyrarian, Dyfed.

Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

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7 thoughts on “Day 107: Pembrey to Carmarthen – Berry & Ward”

    • Thanks – castles are particularly hard to photograph without them looking like a postcard unless the weather is very dramatic so I felt the abstract view up the tower was the most successful

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