Tag Archive: Wales

Falls of Snow

Every landscape photographer will have a story about their equipment and a river – I don’t know one who has not. I rather stupidly managed to drop my filter bag, containing all my… Continue reading

Cwm Cau Sunrise

I expected it to be colder in the Welsh mountains at this time of year – however I neglected to factor in the fact that the Minfordd Path is steep, and a boatload… Continue reading

Sunrise at Tenby Castle

Very little of the castle remain, but the many cannon dotted around the castle hill make excellent subjects. This time of the morning, the holidaymakers are still asleep, and it’s only the odd,… Continue reading

Tenby Before Dawn

In the pre-dawn light, Tenby looks more mediterranean then west Wales – peaceful and colourful. This is why you get up before dawn. For a higher quality version, please see my Flickr page.… Continue reading

St Catherine’s Island, Tenby

I took a long exposure image of the fort on St Catherine’s Island, Tenby, at sunrise. The seagulls on the beach, bless ’em, kept still for the entire 25 second exposure. Seems you… Continue reading

Nash Point Long Exposure

A long exposure image of Nash Point in South Wales, with a very lively sea. Nash Point is an interesting place to photograph, but you need to take care as the tide can… Continue reading

Sgwd Yr Eira

Sgwd Yr Eira translates as ‘falls of snow’. The waterfall sits in it’s own amphitheatre, and is a great subject for a long exposure image. Crossing from one side to the other is… Continue reading

Crannog II

Another view of the Crannog on Llangorse Lake, with the rising sun lighting up the hills behind. I liked the reflections in the water in this image. For a higher quality version, please… Continue reading

Sword in the Stone

By the entrance to the Crannog Centre on Llangorse lake, sits a sword embedded in a large rock. Judging by the wear on the handle, many have tried to pull the sword out.… Continue reading


A crannog is a man-made lake house, usually iron age. The one in Llangorse lake is as good a reconstruction as any. Another early start, but the result was almost exactly as I… Continue reading