Our friends at Worcester News run articles on local traders every week, and whilst I have encouraged traders to get involved I also sent in my details. Worcester News decided to run my details today and the full page feature is show here.
Bracing wind and a big sea were my memories of Aberystwyth. Long way to travel in order to get there but some nice views across the seafront. And some fascinating views of the hinterland where you can see the rolling hills of mid Wales coming into view.
Harlech Castle in North Wales is one of those which looks like it’s been built with menace in mind. It can be seen from a long way and as its perched on the cliffside it can only be approached from one way.
Pont Fawr bridge over the River Conwy, Llanrwst, North Wales, UK. Taken early in the morning with nobody about so had the road to myself. Note to self – revisit in November to photograph the red leaves on the house.
The main attraction of llangollen are the raging waters of the River Dee flowing towards the town and road bridge. Best viewed from the bridge but equally well from the embankment opposite the railway station.
Conwy castle is built just where you think it should be to manage the local area and estuary. It’s a shame the new river bridges tried to copy the castle structure and makes the castle less photogenic than if they simply put a level road in place.
Pelargonium for Europe is one of HornbyWhitefoot PR clients tasked us with getting photos of pelargonium plants asap for trade use in magazines and online. In a matter of 3 days these images were available to the client. If you need product images for use online or in. the printed media get in touch.
Yes the famous town in North Wales where the TV series The Prisoner was filmed. Here we see it from a birds eye perspective as I was there too early to gain entry, so sent the bird up to take a photo instead.
My first photo trip to Wales for a long time and it’s the turn of rugged West Wales and Pembrokeshire in particular. St Davids Cathedral in Britains smallest city of St Davids.
Looking forward to a few days in Pembroke this weekend. Taking in Tenby on the way to St Brides and St Davids. Not visited the area before and hoping the weather on the coast will give me something more than we get from the Malvern Hills. Will be especially looking for jigsaw puzzle images.