It cannot get any darker or gloomier than it is at the moment, rain beats at the window and the wind gently howls, so LS said yesterday what was the best megalithic site visited this year and came up with Garnwynda.
Bright sunny day, through Welsh small lanes, parking on the verge, then walking up a cool green path shaded by trees with a stream running down, past a small derelict cottage and then the rocky outcrop on top. Garnwynda sub-megalithic cromlech is hidden against the rock face but once found is marked in the mind. Not exceptionally beautiful as Pentre Ifan or Carreg Samson cromlechs are though, these are magnificent as is the third of the trio who's name I always forget, except that it has Arthur in it somewhere......
A visit to Jennie's house up the winding lane, just found a couple of photos with us sat round the table in her beautiful kitchen, all in full flow of conversation And then of course our American friends BuckyE and Loie, who did the great tour of the house, Keith beating BuckyE (very difficult) as to being more knowledgable - think it was about wood!
|The sweet smell of honeysuckle|
|Loie and BuckyE at Pentre Ifan|
|Foxglove and nettles|
|Summer light, grass and a Jersey/Guernsey cow?|
|St.Elvis Cromlech with the long line of cows coming out from milking in the background|
|Garnwynda with the sea in the foreground|
Probably used up my photograph space by now.....