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    After travelling through the night and grabbing a couple of hours kip in a rather dodgy service station car park we arrived at this place for sunrise, and what a lovely relaxed way to kick of the weekend. There wasn't too much inside, but still enough to take a few pictures and have a nice mooch round. We didn't spend too long here, before hitting the road again and moving onto the next derp!















    As always, thanks for looking! :D
    I'm probably not in the UK right now..

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    As good as always Squid, Thanks
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    Again, just lovely! Running out of ways to compliment you on your efforts. Don't be offended if one day I just click the thank button. Really like the last shot, really nicely composed. Thanks again mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtal View Post
    Again, just lovely! Running out of ways to compliment you on your efforts. Don't be offended if one day I just click the thank button. Really like the last shot, really nicely composed. Thanks again mate.
    Thanks you Brewtal, that means and awful lot to me - and it's compliments like this that make it so rewarding. Thank you!
    I'm probably not in the UK right now..

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    Seriously though mate, I can only imagine the amount of effort you go to into research, logistics, getting there, getting in etc. And the amount you must spend on travel! Your efforts are greatly appreciated. I love seeing all of the UK stuff, but when folks like yourself and Mookster etc. go away and come back with such gems it is a real treat for us all.

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    Nicely done. I like your opening shot of the flowers on the wall.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Hi and thanks. I'm really love this castle and would love to participate in saving this amazing piece of history for the future... I have heard of the Friends of Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, but could not find a way to connect. Thanks for all great picture. All the best

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