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Half way through a long day in North Wales with Ian Bramham and Mike Spriggs. A lot of variety having started in Llandudno before sunrise and finished at the Point of Ayr well after sundown with two main stops in between and several shorter ones on a drive around the Great Orme. This shot of Conwy Castle is one of my faves from the day. Its one of the more advanced castles of the era. Spiral staircases are generally built with a clockwise ascent. This was to give the retreating soldier an advantage as he would have fought his way backwards keeping his right arm free to lop off any pursuing heads with his sword. However, in Conwy, two of the spiral staircases ascend in an anticlockwise spiral - the designers envisages these two staircases were more likely to be retreated downwards in the case of attack! Meanwhile, I've changed this image after first posting - the first version was lacking grunt.
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