I love this kind of place and you've photographed it perfectly.
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We haven’t anything like that around here. It must be interesting to live in a place that has held so much life for so long.https://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2018/03/cooking-with-nonna-part-two-nonnas.html
Looks nice, could slide down that....well I could if younger :)
I love those bare trees.
A ancient charm to this area
Like Mac, the trees caught my eye, Christine!
It must be a great area for children. So much snow still...
When I see mounds, I think of barrows. But these, were fortifications.The tree stumps, wonder why those trees had to be cut down?
Kids especially love to explore. Beautiful photos, I like the blues and whites.
Interesting and fun place.
I would like to climb that mountain as well.: )
The snow probably made it even more fun for the kids!
You wonder what those who erected it in the first place would think of how it seems now.
Wow; I've never visited anything like this. Great photos!
The trees really stand out, beautiful images, Christine.
Wonderful expressive post
Oh, an actual ancient mound! I have never seen one. And this one is tall. I don't think there are any around here.
P.S. You sure live in a magical place.
Interesting mounds and makes for great pictures.
Neat!! How old is it?
Hi Jenn! It is believed to have been built around the 12th century at the time of Norman invasions.
The snow really changes the view!
Hello Christine, I love the moody atmosphere in your photos of this ancient site. I wonder what happened here in years gone by! Interesting place, thanks for sharing.Thank you for your well wishes. I'm feeling much better now.:)
Fantastic and creative wintry photography! Happy Week to you,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Looks like an interesting place.
I can imagine the kids allowing there imaginations to run wild as they play in an area like this. Lovely photos.
I live in a country with such a young history. It always fascinates me to see ancient sites over there and when the dig down in some areas there is so much more history.
Hello, it is a pretty place. I like the trees. Enjoy your day!
So interesting! I would love to know more! beautiful photos.