Adam Marshall - Sunset At Harlech Beach

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A full day of rain and gloom gave way to one of the most spectacular sunsets i have ever witnessed. After an impromptu visit to the quiet, windy beach, the clouds broke for just a few rare moments to reveal the distant mountains cutting the sunlight in half.


Dragon’s Gate, Harlech House

Goatstown, Dublin, Ireland.

Curved Stainless Steel with Glass Eyes. Started circa 1993.

Harlech House was built in 1798. Incredibly elaborate steel ornaments adorn the entire property, including a peacock railing in the garden and spidery twists in the four-level master suite. 

Harlech Castle, Wales 

The medieval Harlech Castle, originally built by King Edward I on a spur of rock next to the Irish Sea. It was built between 1282 and 1289 and cost £8,190 to build (about £88 million). The castle is one of the group of castles built by King Edward I during his campaign to rule North Wales. There were fourteen castles built in all.

This site probably had a Welsh fortress on it before the English invaded, perhaps as far back as the Iron Age. The first fortress is said to have been built by Maelgwn Gwynedd during the 6th century. During the 11th century, the fortress was known as Caer Collwyn. Collwyn ap Tango (who lived here during the 9th century), lived in a square tower in the fortress. Remains of this can still be seen today, as some, if not all, of its walls were used as the base of todays building.

Harlech Castle is located in Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales.

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