This blog on Caldicot Castle is the first in a series on photographing Castles in Wales. Photographing castles is one of my passions and being located just outside Pontypridd in South Wales means that many of them are not that far away.
Caldicot Castle is a wonderfully preserved example of a medieval castle located just outside Caldicot in Monmouthshire, UK. The castle dates back to 1158 when Humphrey de Bohun III, Earl of Hereford was passed the manor of Caldicot and built the stone keep and curtain walls of the present-day castle. Further details on the castle can be found on the Caldicot Castle website.
The castle is great to photograph, especially as you can walk around the entire perimeter. Walking up to the front gatehouse through the trees is a treat, especially with the colours of Autumn.
The photographs in this collection just focuses on external views of the Castle and can be seen on the Paul Fears Photography website.