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SH7879 :: Maes y Castell

Taken 12 years ago by Jonathan Wilkins near Llandudno, Conwy, Wales

Maes y Castell by Jonathan Wilkins
Maes y Castell

The northern part of the sheep pasture runs up to the edge of housing on Maes y Castell (Castle Field), but I like the idea that the field has that name. The sheep are throwing long shadows because the ground slopes away from the sun at this time. In the New Year they will be taken in to the farm in the Conwy Valley, and will not return until after lambing and the grass has grown again.
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Subject Grid Square SH7879
Subject Lat/Long 53.299597,-3.827891 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Llandudno, Conwy, Wales
Photographer Jonathan Wilkins
Taken 20101218 201012 2010 (about 12 years ago)
Submitted 2010-12-18
Subject grazing ·
Group Sheep · Conwy Valley · Maes y Castell ·
Term new year · sheep pasture · sun · long shadows · ground slopes · maes · castell · grass · conwy valley ·

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