A Country Road
A Fairy's Grotto
A Secret Garden
A Table For Elves
Many a ship setting sail from North America heading for Dublin, Bristol, or even France, has, due to stormy, gale-ridden Irish Seas, foundered helplessly on the wild Welsh coast.
All That Remains
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.
At Stackpole Quay
Autumn Leaf
Barton Bushes, The Cotswolds
Beeches Of Bronze
Beyond The Fence
A rich carpet of English bluebells brings back memories of spring ... and woodland walks.
Bluebell Wood
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.
Bosherston In Bleak Mid-Winter
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.
Braving The Winter Waves
Cotswold Way
Far and high above a tranquil landscape, a vapour trail reminder of the modern age.
Crimson Seascape
Cuddling Squirrels
Cydweli Marshes At Dusk
Deer are not known to forage for bluebells, but, with the native English bluebell now under severe threat from its invasive Spanish relative, it pays to enclose precious habitats.
Edge Of Bluebell Wood
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?
Emergency Shower 999
Talley's sacred burial ground is looked down upon by majestic ruins of its (c. 1187), abbey.
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. (The Road Not Taken. Robert Frost, 1874-1963)
Forgotten Ways
Guiting Power
Hidcote Sundial
Fields have been reaped and deer are fat and ready for eating. So called because hunters can ride easily over the fields' stubble, where foxes and other animals are easily spotted.
Hunter's Moon
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.
It's Behind You !




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