Five-Hundred-Year-Old Tea House in Llanrwst, Wales

Photographer uncredited/unknown.Click the picture below for full-size. On Photo Finish Fridays, I feature a selected piece of landscape photography that I have come across. I find that real-world photography can be just as inspirational to my imagination for crafting story settings as any piece of fantastic artwork that I might share on a Tuesday. I present these without commentary so they may inspire you without the burden of my perspective, and pictures have links to the artists’ blog or website if at all possible.

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Photographer uncredited/unknown.
Photographer uncredited/unknown.

2 thoughts on “Five-Hundred-Year-Old Tea House in Llanrwst, Wales

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  1. I wonder what they used to patch up the inside of the arch (the one closer) – if it’s stone which hasn’t tunred grey yet or could it be bricks? They sort of look pink on my screen but that may be my setting.

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