Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move
This is one of my most favourite places in the world. I have posted from here before. It’s in the Village of LLanistumdwy – boyhood home and final resting place of Prime Minister David Lloyd George. This is the stream that runs through the village – the River Dwyfor – caught as it moves inexorably to Tremadog Bay. It is the stream where the late Philip Madoc walked as an elderly Lloyd George as Chi Mai played and the credits rolled on the BBC Wales Production: The Life and Times of David Lloyd George.
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I’m imagining the sound of the water and it sounds lovely!
It is: always busy yet peaceful – if you know what I mean 🙂
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water = moving continuously…
indeed, never still, always travelling 🙂
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Ah, moving water… perfect! It is so refreshing… I can just feel the moist air and smell the delicious smells.
It’s also supremely peaceful. Thanks for dropping by 🙂