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Great Rhos and Black Mixen

From the Shropshire hills, a great flat-topped dome dominates the southern distance – Radnor Forest (not a forest, though the hill’s northern slopes are well-covered with conifers). 170 more words

Photography

The Hideaway

The Hideaway

Tucked away
in the fold of a hill
through a bridal archway
of rowan, oak and beech.

Perhaps you are here
in Summer, awash with… 118 more words

Writing

Aurora over Mid Wales 17th March 2015

I was flicking through my twitter feed 9pm last night when I noticed a rash of aurora alerts and aurora images being posted from people around the north of the UK and even down as far as Norfolk ! 250 more words

March

Wedding Fayres - loved by brides, grooms, families and exhibitors

After a wonderfully successful time at Burgoynes Wedding Fayre this year, I thought I would dedicate this entry to the marvellous work that Wedding Fayre organisers do in order to provide brides and local businesses alike with a valuable resource. 265 more words

Hereford

On Opposing Forces

Do you drive? Rob asks me.

We are sitting in the kitchen while Pippa glues labels to honey jars. The labels read: ‘PURE WELSH HONEY’. On either side, flowers. 1,150 more words

Building: ruin

Tower 4/4
An ‘interior’ view of a ruined section of Alisby’s Castle, Crickhowell

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Portals: ruined

5/5 Crickhowell windows
An arched window in a remaining ivy-swathed medieval wall of Alisby’s Castle

Wales