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“the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns” ~ Or Is It?

Every other Thursday we’ve taken to popping along Wenlock Edge to Church Stretton. This used to be Graham’s daily commute – eighteen miles of Shropshire hills, old quarries, small villages and neat farm fields. 725 more words

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Work trip to Cardigan, Wales

This weekend my work took me to Cardigan, Wales for a photoshoot with a swim school. Whilst on the journey there it was hard to resist stopping and taking some pictures of the beautiful countryside in Powys, so we did! 7 more words


Llyn Clywedog

One of the volunteer jobs I help Many Tears Animal Rescue with is the occasional transporting of dogs to specialist vets.

Thursday  I travelled to… 215 more words



Former cottage wall, Llangenny, Powys, looking like a ruined castle battlements, and another nearby wall covered in colour and foliage: summer 2015



Take me to the water … Steps down to Grwyne river, Llangenny, Powys: summer 2015


Old school

Former Victorian school entrance, Llangenny, Powys, now a village community hall
Summer 2015



Gateway to Gothick Revival lodge, Llangenny, Crickhowell, Powys: summer 2015
Penmoel means ‘hilltop’, an exact description of this cottage’s position