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The Old Maps


These threaded paths, it seems, fade first
As the stones are scattered,
hearths humped green and cold,
Byres split, lying sky open, 167 more words

Saturday, 29th August, 2015

A Battle Of Wills

     There’s a tree in Newtown, Powys.   It’s five-hundred years old.   And there’s a famous bottleneck in the town for the traffic which passes through there. 389 more words

Welsh Affairs

Powis Castle in October

First published on my original blog in October 2012

Earlier this week I decided to take a trip with my camera to one of my favourite places, the National Trust’s beautiful Powis Castle. 719 more words


Website updates

Finally got round to updating some work on the website:

Tourism campaigns and image library work for Mid Wales/Powys and Waterways Ireland – both can be found under the ‘Assigned’ section: … 10 more words


World Wide Wales: Brecon Jazz Festival 2015

When I attend folk and Americana music festivals I usually have a good idea which artists I want to see. With jazz festivals it is a completely different story for me. 605 more words

Music Festival Reviews

Jumping Lessons with Marc Lovatt

First time jumping?  Second time?  0.3m?  1.20m?  Cross Country?  Show-jumping? Getting back into jumping after some time off?  Wanting to compete or jumping for fun? 94 more words


Stone head: abbess

More disapproval on the chancel arch, the church of St Paulinus, Llangorse, Powys
Stone head of woman, perhaps an abbess, unknown date