Tuesday, 29 April 2014


The bird's eye view is one I like a lot, so I tend to find myself inexorably attracted to the edge when I find myself in high places.  Some people find this alarming, so I tend to do it when no-one is looking.  It may have something to do with having grown up in a fourth-floor council flat with a balcony the size of a dining table.

Here, the views are from the top of the keep of Stokesay Castle in Shropshire and the steep north-east descent of Castle Bank near Llandrindod Wells.


Struan said...

That first picture looks almost better inverted :-)

Mike C. said...

Well, I'm glad you say "almost"... I like the sense of vertigo -- sheep may safely graze on the edge of the abyss -- and that old trick of inverting the image in a puddle really annoys me, for some reason.