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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    OK...in that case apologies due.

    Apology accepted. I realise some photographs are not to everyone's liking and that we all have our own style of photography as well as our own opinions. As my mama told me "if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all".
    Think before you hurt someone's feelings.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfism View Post
    Cracking photo, very evocative. :)

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbandonedTeam View Post
    Lovely report with great pics, three unique chapels in beautiful locations.
    Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Was that aimed at me Dirus?
    Actually no. Over the years I have had my dogs on various sites that are supposed to be 'haunted' and all they have done is just root around and act/play normally, where as various human beings are supposed to have had a dose of the vapours at the locations! My dog Dougie is a typical Cocker Spaniel and when walking the local woods - which are quite dense, will range around in front of me and the wife in typical fashion. He can at times suddenly almost attach himself to us and then in a few moments, a figure will appear out of the gloom ahead of us. Whilst Dougie is doing that, Lily our bitch is viewing up the approaching walker from a few feet to one side - obviously guarding the source of their food/meals. Add our three young grand children to the scene and the dynamic changes considerably and Dougie becomes very possessive of the children and stays close by them. We can only assume that Dougie was brought up with young children - we did not get him from his breeder until he was two. All this is not a 'Derelict Places' thing I know, but if my dogs showed apprehension about entering a building/location I would trust their instincts over mine, and of course the dogs are the excuse for being in that particular place in the first instance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    Actually no. Over the years I have had my dogs on various sites that are supposed to be 'haunted' and all they have done is just root around and act/play normally, where as various human beings are supposed to have had a dose of the vapours at the locations! My dog Dougie is a typical Cocker Spaniel and when walking the local woods - which are quite dense, will range around in front of me and the wife in typical fashion. He can at times suddenly almost attach himself to us and then in a few moments, a figure will appear out of the gloom ahead of us. Whilst Dougie is doing that, Lily our bitch is viewing up the approaching walker from a few feet to one side - obviously guarding the source of their food/meals. Add our three young grand children to the scene and the dynamic changes considerably and Dougie becomes very possessive of the children and stays close by them. We can only assume that Dougie was brought up with young children - we did not get him from his breeder until he was two. All this is not a 'Derelict Places' thing I know, but if my dogs showed apprehension about entering a building/location I would trust their instincts over mine, and of course the dogs are the excuse for being in that particular place in the first instance.
    Ha ha...me getting the wrong end on the stick, unlike dogs ;-)

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    Wow now there incredible pictures can I just ask were abouts Wales south west north as Iím west wales and would love to stumble along some places like this thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapunk180 View Post
    Wow now there incredible pictures can I just ask were abouts Wales south west north as Iím west wales and would love to stumble along some places like this thank you
    Thank you for the kind comments! Ok, well I wonít break the rules with the 3rd church, St Maryís. Itís open to the public and located on the hill above Tintern Abbey. Thereís a website that will tell you exactly where to go. The other 2 are north Wales and thatís all Iíll say. 😊

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    Thatís awesome thank you so much for the info that you could pass I really appreciate it
    And understand completely

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    first church in this thread has some abandoned houses around it ;) just need to look, I explored the houses way before I explored the church last year :)

    lovely shots
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    Nice work fm, lovely locations chuck.
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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