Saturday, 6 March 2010

Tintern Walk

Old bridge over the River Wye at Tintern, looking South
Seat at the Abbey Mill


Tintern Abbey. Built for the Cistercian Order of Monks- Y Brodyr Gwynion/The White Brothers, so called because of their habits made of unbleached woven sheeps' wool


Looking down the Wye again from the bank- you can see the mud level is right up to...and over...the flood plain
going back over
the bridge

5 comments:

Zhoen said...

Mud rising. Yup, it's March.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

oh golly, so pretty :)

Kerry O'Gorman said...

What a pretty place...I love the old abbey and the knarly roots...

bringmesunshine said...

Wonderful photos, gz

Omi said...

We went there on our way to Pembrokeshire one year, such lovely countryside. Beautiful photos! Love that bench!!