Gelert

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Lightning Oak

BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY . . . .

The Jetty at Ferryside to Llansteffan Stackpole Quay, Pembrokeshire
James Bond 007 ? Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire Dr Who ? No. A Springer Spaniel waits for a call
Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire
Newton House, Parc Dinefwr, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire Forgotten Ways The Path

The View From The Jetty

As recently as 1905 a passenger ferry would set sail from here, and cross the tidal Tywi to the picturesque village of Llansteffan. As of 2013 discussions are afoot to reinstate it.

At Stackpole Quay

Part of a stunning nature reserve, Stackpole Quay was built in the 18th century to ship in goods to the big country house of Stackpole Court, and to ship out quarried limestone.

Splash !

Daniel Craig (aka Mr Bond), eat your heart out ! A brave early morning 'dipper' emerges from the icy surf of Whitesands Bay one grey and chilly January day. Rather him than me !

Emergency Shower 999

A patiently attendant English Springer Spaniel stands by in this surreal scene in rural West Wales. Who will emerge? A wet and soapy superhero? Or, perhaps even, a Time Lord?

It's Behind You !

Popular with surfers, Whitesands beach in West Wales, boasts waves up to 10 feet high. At this beautiful, unspoilt spot, the impressive crags of Carn Llidi and Penbiri guard the bay.

The House

Newton House, an 18th century Gothic mansion in a remote corner of South West Wales. Visit on a Winter's day and dare you wander between it's ancient creaking walls ?

The Path

Sometimes, in some places, some 'things' are best NOT left to the vivid imagination.

Forgotten Ways

Two Roads. I took the one less traveled by. . . . And that has made all the difference.

Braving The Winter Waves

On a remote and desolate wind-ravaged beach somewhere in the beautiful wilds of West Wales, a lone surfer weighs up the pros and cons of riding the chill December tides.

Medusa's Cottage

Standing eerily behind this little cottage in a remote part of West Wales, a lone survivor of a petrified forest. It's flailing imbs creating an illusion not unlike Medusa's serpent tresses.

A Long Dead Oak Towers Eerily Over A Tiny Welsh Cottage Between Carmarthen And Llandeilo

Bosherston In Bleak Mid-Winter

Pembrokeshire's Bosherston Lakes are part of a National Nature Reserve. They are home to otters, wildfowl and dragonflies, but best known for their carpets of water lilies in June.

Whitesands Surfer, Pembrokeshire Bosherston Lake, Pembrokeshire. Beautifully Stark On A Bleak Mid-Winter's Day

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Sudeley, Home Of Katherine Parr

 

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The Baby

Hung

Charles Bridge At Night

The Citadel

The Trabant

St Mary's, Burry Port

Dawn On The Vtlava

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March Of The Penguins

The Lights Of Charles Bridge

Tracks Along The Tywi, Ferryside

The Prairie, Pembrey

Sweet Nothings

The Tower

Laugharne Castle

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Mumbles Light

View from East Beach

My Old And Trusty Friend

Mumbles Light My Old And Trusty Friend View from East Beach

In The Footsteps Of Giants

The Disappearance Of

Dylan Thomas' Retreat, Laugharne

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Burry Port Lighthouse

Burry Port Lighthouse

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