A dramatic shot – a bit creepy too, what?
how very wonderful !
makes me wonder what ghosts are lurking nearby...!
I like buildings made to last. Great photo.
What a wonderful photo, Friko. I love that dramatic effect.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Ohhh, that's COOL!!!
A little bit haunting, but oh, the dreams I could conjure with that to look at before sleep!
I wouldn't be surprised if Heathcliffe were brooding in those shadows.
beautiful! really friko - the imaginings i could have just watching the light play across those walls. when i was a little boy i visited a place called beeston castle. it has remained imprinted in my mind as a place of deep history. steven
Now that's a unique view! When you say 'castle' you are not joking. Is it haunted?
Right out of my all time favorite childhood (and adulthood!) novel - Jane Eyre...
Hello:What a wonderfully dramatic image.
Very Gothic (in the traditional sense) and darkly romantic.
da fühlt man sich ja wirklich wie im Märchen! Geheimnisvoll und einfach schön!Dir einen friedlichen guten Tag!Renée
Beautiful contrast of light and darkness. While the sky still remains faintly bright and orange, the darkness is fallen on the castle and the ground. I guess wind is blowing and clouds are moving.I’d like to keep up with you, too. Thank you.
Do you hear a faint rattle of chains on windy nights ?
your view is not short of drama. did a storm follow?
What an imposing image -- very dramatic. So great to meet you Friko and look forward to getting to know you. :)
Damn, I wish I had a castle.
Your very own castle - you are so lucky. (Hope it's not haunted - or if it is, the ghosts are benign)
perfect for stories.
One of the things that is so fascinating about the countryside in the UK is that you live amongst these ruins. They are normal to you. It's as if history is relentlessly looking over your shoulder, which is not a bad thing. Beautiful and sobering.
Definitely more dramatic than the cow barn beyond MY hedge.
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A wonderful image!
lovely peek over the hedge!
Hmmm, scary. I'm hoping the neighbours aren't too noisy? But I'm sure in daylight this is a fabulous view.
A beauty of a shot.
I can't believe that, in our long acquaintanceship, you've never invited me to move in with you.
Oh wow!Anna :o]
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