Photo Diary | Bodiam Castle

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Places like Bodiam Castle, the sites that hold remnants of the past, always seem to capture my heart. The places you go and explore, and can’t help but feel immersed in history. It’s all around you and you feel a sense of pride that it’s been protected for all these years.

While wandering around these sites, I think everyone often thinks about what the place would have looked like entirely intact however part of me also wonders about what it will look like in a few hundred years time. Will it still be protected? Will humanity respect these sites in the same way we do today? Or will the history that we know now have vanished and been replaced with other places and sites? It’s a thought-provoking process but nevertheless makes these sites a little more special.

Cheerio for now! 

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