DEVILSBRIDGE - PPWL-0003

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DEVILSBRIDGE – PPWL-0003 is a romantic study of one of the most beautiful hidden valleys in Wales. The original is painted on board. Over the years many thousands have visited this beautiful place, some of them very famous; Turner, George Borrow and William Wordsworth who wrote:

TO THE TORRENT AT THE DEVIL’S BRIDGE, NORTH WALES, 1824
HOW, art thou named? In search of what strange land
From what huge height, descending? Can such force
Of waters issue from a British source,
Or hath not Pindus fed thee, where the band
Of Patriots scoop their freedom out, with hand
Desperate as thine? Or come the incessant shocks
From that young Stream, that smites the throbbing rocks
Of Viamala? There I seem to stand,
As in life’s morn; permitted to behold,
From the dread chasm, woods climbing above woods,
In pomp that fades not; everlasting snows;
And skies that ne’er relinquish their repose;
Such power possess the fitmily of floods
Over the minds of Poets, young or old!
. William Wordsworth
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