Photographs of Beaumaris Castle, Wales

This is the third and final of my ‘castle postings’.

You can view the first post and see pics of Caernarfon Castle here and you can view the second post and see the pics of Conwy Castle here. To read more about beautiful Beaumaris and Beaumaris Castle click here.

Enjoy!

All Photographs are copyright of Debbie Scalise 2008. Please do not use without permission.


And on the way back to Llanberris i took this shot of the stunning Menai Bridge that transports people from Anglesey to the mainland… the incredible Snowdonia mountain range forms the backdrop to this photo.

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7 Responses to Photographs of Beaumaris Castle, Wales

  1. Owen says:

    More crumbly goodness. You are richly blessed to have history at your doorstep.

  2. Rosemary says:

    wow. Gorgeous photos. We have no castles here. They’re fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

  3. thanks

    loved that bridge photo … almost like a painting isn’t it?

  4. ukok says:

    Thanks folks, glad you liked the photos, and Lorna, yes, it does look like a painting doesn’t it. God’s masterpiece eh?

  5. Suzanne says:

    My Teresa was watching me look at these..(over my shoulder) and she was so impressed too! Lovely and “another world”!!!

  6. Philippa Alan says:

    Hi! Found your blog via Mimi’s at “Bigger Than a Bread Box.”

    What absolutely beautiful pictures! Wow! I wish I could see these in real life. They must be magnificent!

    Thanks for sharing.

  7. zedan says:

    these pics are beautifal

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