The view down the Towy Valley towards Carmarthen. In a flood, just about everything green and flat goes underwater . . .
This is the view looking South across the valley. It would have been quite some castle before it became ruinous. There is the remains of a Medieval village on the opposite side of this hill - just lumps and bumps beneath the grass to show where the cottages were now though.
This at least gives you a better idea of the layout of the original castle.
I loved the way the contrail-like clouds look like a peacock's tail above this jutting piece of wall.
There was an enormous BANG just as it was getting dusk, and then a multitude of duck and geese voices raised in protest (they had obviously been grazing on some farmer's fields and he could see his grazing disappearing fast and got his shot-gun out). Hundreds of what I think were probably Canada Geese flew into the sky and wheeled about over the valley.
We were lucky enough to manage a few photos.
Right, this won't do. I have completely indulged myself on t'internet for the past couple of hours so time to go and make some soup now. I have several bags of cheap veg still to use up.