Latest Photos

The Milky Way in the Brecon Beacons

It’s been a while since I last posted here but a lot has been going on! I can’t announce it yet as we haven’t got the final box ticked for the go ahead yet but it’s a biggie. We should find out this week so fingers crossed….

Meanwhile, here is a selection of photos I’ve recently taken:

Melincourt Falls

Llangorse Lake from Mynydd Llangorse

Nash Point

The River Tawe with an Iridium Satellite Flare

The Milky ……

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New Photos Since Last Month

View from Twyn y Gaer, Brecon Beacons National Park

This time of year is extremely busy for me with preparation for exhibitions during August taking up most of my time. However, I have been able to get our and take new photos. I post a new one every day or so on my Facebook page. I have a lot of new work planned for after summer so watch this space…

Blaen y Glyn, Brecon Beacons National Park

View from Twyn y Gaer, Brecon Beacons ……

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Latest Photos

Caswell Bay

I’ve had an extremely busy time of late and am slowly starting to settle down. I have been out and about taking new photos when I can and will be going out a lot in the following months. I will admit that summer is my least favourite season as sunrise is so early, but that can also have an advantage in that I can be back home in time for breakfast. Here is a selection ……

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An Early Start at Langland Bay

Langland Bay

I set the alarm for 4:30am this morning and headed down to Langland Bay for sunrise. It was pretty cloudy and I didn’t hold much hope out, but about 20 mins after sunrise (I didn’t see the sun) the sky lit up and a few minutes. I took several shots trying to get the wave just right, a sort of hit and miss affair.

Langland ……

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Epic Iceland

The Aurora Borealis and a frozen lake at Snæfellsnes

I was lucky enough to go to Iceland in February this year. The hope was to see the Aurora but even if we didn’t, we would have a great time in the scenery there. It was with disbelief that we saw the aurora on the first night in Reykjavik! We went on to see it a further four times out of nine nights in total! The best time was on the return trip from a ……

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Winter 2014

So far, this winter has been absolute rubbish! We’ve had almost no frost at all and it has just been continuous rain – as of today, we’ve had 49 continuous days of rain and, in January alone, 38cm of rain! To put this in context, the average rainfall for January in Wales is just 15.7cm! During a brief window, the forecast was for clear skies at low levels with a touch of snow on the ……

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My Top 10 Favourite Photos of 2013

Pen y Fan from Corn Du at Night

As 2013 nears the end, I thought I would pick my favourite 10 photos that I’ve taken throughout the year. In no particular order…

1. Corn Du and Pen y Fan from Upper Neuadd Reservoir
January 16th: This was my first trip out for a while and I was so blown away by the light and the scene that I spent over an hour on this spot! What caught my eye was the ice that was vaguely ……

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