Day 142: Flint to Chester – back to England!

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Clwyd, Wales

Flint Castle, the first of a series of castles built during King Edward I’s campaign to conquer Wales in 1277-1284, Flintshire.

Flint Castle by the River Dee, Flintshire.

Pylon garden, Connah’s Quay, Flintshire.

Connah’s Quay gas-fired Power Station, Flintshire.

Playground, Connah’s Quay, Flintshire.

Jubilee Bridge crossing the River Dee near Queensferry, Flintshire.

Furrows by the River Dee, Flintshire.

Horse chestnut & Contrail, by the River Dee, Flintshire.

Across the border into England, Chester, Cheshire.

Pamper, Chester, Cheshire.

Billboard for Boodles Ladies Day at Chester Racecourse, Chester, Cheshire.

Chester Black-and-white I, Cheshire.

Chester Black-and-white II, Cheshire.

Chester Black-and-white III, Cheshire.

Eastgate Clock, said to be the most photographed clock in England after Big Ben. Chester, Cheshire.

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10 thoughts on “Day 142: Flint to Chester – back to England!”

  1. Neil Hutchins says:

    Really like the photo of the furrows, amazing how common lines within the landscape are.

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  2. Stephen brown. says:

    Great to see your brilliant photos of the Glamorgan coast where I walked as a youth: come rain, come shine, as a teenager. Having decided to go for a walk on Saturday along the Lias limestone shore, I would go anyway even if it was pouring rain when the time came, the decaying red triadic marls reaching up to Penarth head, the blue-grey fine grained Lias limestone and Jurassic / rheatic bone beds., beach coming to Lavernock Poitr and the Marconi memorial tablet in the garden wall where he sent his first wireless messages across a body of water, all the time the fog-horns on Flatholm assaulting my ears. Walk there along the beach, walk back along the cliff tops. Your photos really capture the atmosphere. Brilliant.

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