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Created 24-Jun-12
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"How Green Was My Valley" as written by Richard Llewellyn in the '30's when describing life in a Welsh mining town, is surely very true vision of Wales. The valleys are green and rolling, the hills dotted with little white specs which are the sheep that provide the Welsh Lamb that is so delicious. The roads in the north are narrow and winding some of the lanes only the width of a single car and with tall hedge rows on either side. Castles and history can be found almost anywhere. And the Welsh love to sing and are very good at it.
How green was my valleyWaterfall near MachynllethThe flooding of BorthCreeper growing on a houseHarlech castleThe castle catMow Cop castleSquiggly roadNan with her walking stick and flowersTwo Welsh men singing in their pubGreen hills dotted with delicious Welsh lambPebble beachPen-y-passA river runs through itFlower on frosted glassTrain on a Welsh hillsideChester cathedral

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Guestbook for 2012 Wales
Ian Holden(non-registered)
Lovely photos...especially the Pen-y-pass one!
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