Had a recent trip to Helmsley Castle in Yorkshire, England. The castle is quite unusual in that it incorporated not just one moat, but two. A sort of double ditch affair. The castle was used as a Royalist stronghold in the English Civil War around 1644, and after the war it was destroyed by the new parliament. The building in the picture close to the second ditch is actually Tudor in date ( 1500s), and not medieval, unlike the tower which is about 1200.
A six frame pano shot on 6D + 24-70 f4 IS at about 35mm in the very last of the sun before it disappeared below the wooded horizon.
Beautiful shot Sporgon. Nicely done.