Side Of The Crepes Tent

Mrs H and I went up to Ludlow’s Medieval Fayre on Saturday, which was held in the grounds of Ludlow Castle. It was bitterly cold, and only got colder as the afternoon went on, but I did manage to take a few photos to share with you this week.

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Clocks

Mrs H and I went up to Ludlow’s Medieval Fayre on Saturday, which was held in the grounds of Ludlow Castle. It was bitterly cold, and only got colder as the afternoon went on, but I did manage to take a few photos to share with you this week.

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Search and Rescue Helicopter In Flight

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The Library At Gregynog

Gregynog Hall is one of quintessentially British places that you grow up reading about in Enid Blyton books (well, my generation did, anyway), and for me personally, nothing sums that up more than the library wing. I love books (there isn’t a room at home that isn’t crammed with books), and the atmosphere of the library just on its own is worth the trip up each year.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s wallpaper theme. Have a good weekend, enjoy the wintry weather, and I hope to see you again on Monday for next week’s desktop wallpaper.

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Gregynog

As I wandered around the outside of Gregynog Hall in the chilly early morning light, I came across this dead-looking bit of tree growing just in front of one of the walls. The contrast of the curving path of the wood in front of the falling lines of the wall behind works really well as a wallpaper, especially if like me your desktop icons tend to live on the right side of the page.

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Gregynog

This is the front of Gregynog Hall, built circa 1840. Although it looks like it is built with traditional methods and clad in timber, the hall is actually one of the oldest examples anywhere in Wales of a concrete-clad building. The results are just beautiful, and I only wish I had been there earlier in the year to catch the hall in better light.

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The Walls Of Gregynog

I love the way Gregynog Hall is trapped behind the tangle of growth and dead leaves in this shot. It’s the juxtaposition of the lines made by the growth with the relatively featureless wall behind. When I came across this, I liked it so much that I went back to my car to grab my tripod so that I could make sure I bagged the shot.

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Gregynog

This week’s wallpaper theme revolves around Gregynog Hall, set in the heart of Wales.

Gregynog is owned by the University of Wales, and one weekend a year, it is my privilege to spend the weekend there as a Visiting Industrialist helping Aberystwyth University’s Computer Science Department’s second year students improve their job application and interview skills. This year, I took my beloved Nikon, and managed to get a bit of time on the Sunday morning to take a few shots in the morning mist.

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The Northumberland Coast

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The Northumberland Coast

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