Greetings Fellow Adventurers!
Today we visited Conwy Castle and the fortified small town that surrounds it. The castle itself is stunning and a fascinating place wander around – but I’ll let my wife tell you all our visit on her upcoming blog post here.
Once we finished at the castle we walked out of the town to continue our Quest. Off around the headland that leads from Conwy Bay to the Menai Strights and onwards to more adventures!
On the way out of town we saw this little house – officially the smallest and probably most photographed in the whole of the UK.
Over the past few months I’ve been admiring the wonderful photography on ‘The Adventures of a Mountain Coward’ blog – all taken with an old manual Zenit film camera. Thusly inspired – I’ve brought my old 1970’s Olympus 35RC Rangefinder camera on holiday with me – an a few rolls of my favourite film. The intention is to take a few pictures whilst I’m here and get the films developed when I get home – once I get the scans back I’ll share some here. It’s been a while since I shot a fully manual camera so wish me luck.
Until tomorrow my Friends!