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January 19th 2018

Taking and sharing a new image every day would be a lot harder without my daily dog-walk, and although bad weather can make photography fairly impractical, changing light conditions offers new opportunities. 23 more words

Photography

January 11th 2018

More nature today, and once again it’s my daily dog-walk that’s provided my image. This was taken hand-held on full zoom so it’s not as crisp as I would have liked, but I like the bird’s posture and the brown leaves.

Photography

January 5 2018

Wet weather and work limited my opportunities for photography again today. I snapped this at Garth Bank, one of my favourite local destinations for walking the dog. 28 more words

Photography

welsh sketches

dirty train windows and pristine beaches

western light and tall trees

missing my studio and trying out acrylics on my bedroom floor

A3 sketchbook and A2 cartridge pad

Crickhowell - The Corn Exchange - Retail

We are pleased to offer the last remaining unit in The Corn Exchange, a community-supported regeneration project to convert a town centre pub into three retail units to help preserve the unique character of Crickhowell and an antidote to “clone town”. 94 more words

Wales

Garden Walls and Steps - part 4 of a very occasional series

Back again with another selection of photos sharing with you interesting walls and steps we have discovered during our garden visiting adventures.

Let us start at Powys Castle near Welshpool in the Welsh county of Powys, which is built on such a steeply sloping site that there is the need for many steps to get from one terrace to another or simply to move to the lower gardens. 228 more words

Garden Photography

Llewelyn's Last Morning

Llewelyn’s Last Morning
(Mass at Llanynis)

A bright morning
for Llewelyn.
Sun through cloud,
The white trees
in waiting.

River is hushed
And the hymns… 205 more words