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Burfa Camp

Hillfort

Burfa Camp (Hillfort) by GLADMAN Bit overgrown, then?
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
27th September 2012ce
Edited 27th September 2012ce
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Comments (5)

Welcome to the 5000s by the way. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
27th September 2012ce
Yeah really good stuff, and long may it continue! bladup Posted by bladup
27th September 2012ce
Thank you both. Happy to accept the compliment on behalf of The Mam C, too, integral to the vibe (not to mention adding outdoor glamour to scale shots) of much of my South Walian postings. Obviously, though, it's not about the volume - or even the quality (every little snippet of info, every shaky image adds to the overall mix, adds to our understanding and appreciation of these ancient places... and much more besides) - but the relevance of postings that counts. I started posting after realising I never would have gone to a particular site in Caithness had Postie not been there before. Enjoyed it immensely so realised I needed to get my arse in gear and put something back to the community.

GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
29th September 2012ce
Glad to be of assistance, were inspiring each other, I probably wouldnt have got up to some Snowdonian peaks if not for your pictures and notes and Alkens willingness to spend such long days out with me. We are a circle of inspiration. postman Posted by postman
29th September 2012ce
Indeed. And just back from Scotland, where Drew was a big part of the inspiration too, again. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
8th October 2012ce
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