Site of St. Trillo's Celtic Monk's Cell, Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales.
St. Trillo was a 6th century CE celtic monk who established a hermit's cell on this site. His original cell is long gone, likely constructed from wattle, daub and a wall of stones. The site was probably chosen as it is the source of a natural spring (under the altar in the current six person chapel). The current chapel is of an unknown age and has been repaired many times over centuries. It is likely that St. Trillo kept livestock in the marshes that once occupied the land which is now currently the town centre. Rhos-on-Sea gets its name from this site. The current chapel is thought to be the smallest in the UK.
i couldn’t just stop with the “common” variety of Mooshroom, so i doodled the brown variant as well! .........and then another Mooshroom and her baby as well so the first duo would have friends to hang out with.
as with the previous Mooshroom and Mooblooms that i posted, these darlings will be available as prints, buttons, and stickers on my Redbubble, so please check out my pinned post for a link!
Last year a dream came true when the herds and I could participate in a hide-and-seek training camp. We had to go all the way to the Outer Hebrides by boat for that. I have never heard cows laugh so loud as during the swaying of the ship on the high seas.
These photos were made in the months after the training.
I don't see any improvement over previous years.
What a waste of money.
Oh well, at least it gave their confidence a boost; now they are absolutely convinced they’re invisible.