The Court House, Caerphilly (Wales, UK) dates back to 1320 when it was built next to the South Gate of Caerphilly Castle with additions built in 17th and 19th century. A century later the castle was a ruin with just one tower being used as a prison.
The blipfoto shows the building now being used as a public house and it was rare not to see a car or person outside so I instantly took some photo's!
Wide Wednesday Challenge
The theme this week is 'countryside' and there are some very lovely entries. The one's I liked the most are below and I will bestow hearts as soon as possible. Thanks to everyone who tagged their entries. Remember it's just my opinion - you may have chosen one or two others but I hope you like my choices.
1. Kernow Severn Valley Sunset
2. DollyDoug Washing Well Woods
3. Sheol Dandelion
4. RSDphotography Zihualtanejo Hills
5. PaulineP Murwillumbah
6. Ingeborg A836 fields
7. KF Sunset
8. Miranda1008 South Country
9. RockArea Humber farm
10 Jankerman Pocklington Canal (mono)