Sunday Photo: Aberystwyth Castle
    By Gareth Fabbro | December 18th 2011 05:38 PM | 1 comment | Print | E-mail | Track Comments
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    There isn't really much geologically significant about this photo, other than that the castle is Made of stone.  However, I wanted to finish this week of photos instigated by Evelyn in Wales, and earlier today I was in Aberystwyth and I snapped this photo.

    This week has been fun, looking through my photos has brought back quite a few memories.  I will get back to science soon, I have a post on Eyjafjallajörkull already lined up.

    Aberystwyth Castle

    Earlier photos:

    Tilted Ripples Ngauruhoe

    Greek Fault Isle of Skye

    Iguazú Falls L'escargot


    And another view of the same:

    Rhan o furiau Castell Aberystwyth gyda Craig-glais yn y cefndir.

    (Part of the walls of Aberystwyth Castle with Constitution Hill in the background.)
    Robert H. Olley / Quondam Physics Department / University of Reading / England