Atalaya Castle

Aiya! (That’s “hello” in Quenya Elvish.) I went to Myrtle Beach for the weekend back in February, and while I was there, I went to a castle called Atalaya. I took some pictures, and I thought you’d like to see. :)

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PALM TREES ARE REALLY COOL.

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We met a woman there that I thought would make an interesting book character. So this is how I would describe her:

A weathered fedora was perched atop her head, flattening her shoulder-length gray hair. The hat’s brim cast a shadow over the top of her face, but her clear blue eyes, edged in smile lines, were still dazzling in the shade. Her bright smile, which she flashed whenever someone asked about her adventures, stood out against her suntanned skin.

She often fiddled with the bluejay feather stuck in her hat, or the compass dangling around her neck. She always wore a beige jacket with many pockets, and an olive green neckerchief.

idk, I think she’d be a neat character. :)

Loren

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16 thoughts on “Atalaya Castle

  1. ItsAudrey says:

    That looks really cool! Actually, maybe it would look a bit creepy at night. You could write a short story about it!
    ~Audrey

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