A bit more of Bodiam Castle in a peaceful corner of East Sussex. (from August 2014).
Also you can take a dramatic coastal walk-along with Sarah in Cornwall; a glorious visit to a rarely accessible Italian garden with Jules;
And joining in with the wonderful Wordless Wednesday crew, have a wander around this stunning Italian garden; bask in a sunny photo from Julie; enjoy Cathy’s diamonds.
Feel free to add a link to your own wonderful wanderings.
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I love the shot from atop the castle looking down, fourth picture. 🙂
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Thanks Melissa, it is a beautifully preserved ruin enabling access to some magnificent views. Your walk is stunning! Ok if I link it to next week’s Wednesday Walk Along?
Looks like a very solid castle. Must be a fascinating place to visit. I have had just a little wander round a local park – https://rainbowjunkiecorner.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/rockstone-place-park/
Eeek! Exciting! thank you for leaving a link to your walk! A lovely peaceful meander around what looks like a really nice park to have on your doorstep.
We haven’t visited Bodiam Castle, your photos are lovely and the link to the national trust site very helpful. I hope we get to visit. Thanks for links too.
You’re very welcome. Bodies is well worth a visit, the setting is glorious.
I love Bodiam castle, although it is forever the place where my son J aged 15 months came down with measles following his inoculation!
Gosh what a memory. It is amazing how many of my memories are held in or triggered by certain locations. It feels great that you and Edwina have both been the Bodiam as well, lives meandering and meeting in time and space.
I remember going there when my daughter was very young, It was a lovely day, with beautiful surroundings.
So you and Cathy and i have all been to Bodiam and enjoyed our visit – memories brought together on a page spanning time and space – there is something just a little bit magical about that. Happy memories.
Yes you are very right there, Thank you 🙂
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