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Interesting photo-montage Beautifully. L . Please write about the title of this photo foto mounting. Otherwise it will be to remove this photo from the Group Arches in Nature. Yours faithfully, Vasily.

This is Sealand and the only reason I know is because of the flag flying on top.

Nice colourful beach huts. I never saw any like these in Wales, only in England. Colourful. Kind regards, Annette

Bardzo mi miło! Zgadza się, to skan ze starego foto z kliszy, a zdjęcie robione właśnie wiosną. Tęsknimy...

hi this nolonger exists now just the base soon that will be down the cliff after only one year

Anneke T - You have located this photo incorrectly. This ruin is at the beach in Cwm yr Eglwys, further west. Please locate corectly. Thanks

Dear Documentare

Many apologies for not responding sooner; I did not notice your comment until now. Fairbourne beach is open to the public. The town is lower than then beach, hence the major sea defence, which includes these concrete blocks; affectionately call Dragon's Teeth.

Regards, Tiger

Further to your message on I can say that I don't believe access to the inside of this castle is possible. It is in private ownership and isn't open to the public. I tried but was unable to reply to the e-mail address you gave. Regards. Tim

You may use my comments if you want. I look forward to more photos on your website.

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