Carew Castle under blue skies and overlooking some 23 acres of millpond - as photographed by Mike Davies.
The banqueting hall or lesser hall where guests would have been entertained. During the Tudor era the walls would have been panelled in wood.
Part of the living quarters at the Pembrokeshire castle.
It is thought that the chapel's walls would have been painted in vibrant colours.
There has been a fortification on this site as far back as the end of the 11th century, but most of the stone remains still visible were created under Sir Nicholas de Carew in the 1300s. All images by Mike Davies of Neath.