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row that boat!

Today’s a special day – it’s sunny in the UK. Cardiff, actually. So my friends and I decided to take a nice relaxing stroll around Roath Park. 253 more words

Photography

WHEN IN ROATH: A MAN IN THE FAST-LANE TO NOWHERE.

Well, here it is. After procrastinating for the best part of who-gives-a-fuck, here is my blog. This post in itself is the act of inadvertently procrastinating about writing a blog. 249 more words

Cardiff

The Little Ship

Perched like a bird atop the toylike tiny lighthouse, the little ship sits. Smaller than the wingspan of a swan, but with sails spread wider than those of a soaring gull, it spins, seemingly swayed by sea-sent winds and salty breezes, this way, and that. 354 more words

Cardiff: my personal geography, by Elliot Bennett of Slowly Rolling Camera

For this personal geography, we get all up in Elliot Bennett’s grill – he’s the drummer for (mostly) Cardiff-based jazz band, Slowly Rolling Camera. Read on for Elliot’s slant on the city (he’s second from left in the picture). 678 more words

Roath

Yellow Man by Colour Doomed

Set amongst an ever increasing wall of colourful and creative garage doors – this piece by Colour Doomed brings yet more interesting work to the back lanes of Roath. 92 more words

Graffiti

Lisvane & Llanishen Reservoirs today, and belated news

Lisvane: 1 green sandpiper asleep on the N shore. 62 tufties, 1 Canada, 9 coots, 6 GC grebes, 4 mallards etc.

Llanishen: 1M & 1F shoveller… 45 more words