Dunster Castle

Would you like to come on a wee tour around Dunster Castle grounds? Yes? Let’s go!



Its was a dull day but you can make out the castle on the hill as we drove across Dunster marsh.


The reservoir ^

I had planned to write a lot more but it feels like I’m creating a self imposed pressure so I shall leave as it is. If you have any questions please askΒ  Β πŸ˜ƒ



Author: yarnandpencil

I'm a Christian on the autistic spectrum blogging about life and my art/craft practice.

26 thoughts on “Dunster Castle”

  1. Another beautiful place to share with your readers. I just love the soft light that makes your photographs so atmospheric. And those beautiful red berries and a highly contented looking dog. Gorgeous.

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    1. Thank you. That’s the autumnal English light that must take the credit methinks. I used the camera on my phone as it’s so much more portable. I love the berries too. Our holly tree is covered in red berries at the moment. People say they want some for Christmas but they have always disappeared by the end of November because the birds love to eat them πŸ™‚

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  2. Bertie is such a cutie, reminds me of my parents’ Tosia – the same bushy eyebrows!
    Beautiful place and a great photo trip. Thank you for sharing! I’ve been in a similar nostalgic place today (a ruined old abbey) but it rained so much that I couldn’t really take any photos.

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      1. Kildare Abbey. Just ruins really and not much left but I love such places πŸ™‚ and the rain actually adds to the mysterious atmosphere so I can’t complain, just too dark for photos!

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