Some of these photographs are just a small handful of scenes taken in the vicinity of my home. The marvels of nature, right here on my own doorstep! Then there are a few of some gorgeous scenes which just begged to be photographed as seen on my travels here and there. Have a look at the new North Wales Portfolio which I hope you'll enjoy, the Principality is one of the most beautiful places in the UK.
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Sunrise in a local Village
Sunsets in a the Village
This trio of photographs are from a mini collection called, quite aptly "The Sky's all on Fire"
Sky on Fire 1
Sky on Fire 2
Sky on Fire 3
9pm Summer's Evening & the moon is already out!
Before the Hailstorm!
The Hailstorm Arrives ...
... and leaves Puddles on the Patio
Winter in a local Village
A Hedge Full of Snow ...
... and a Holly Bush with Berries
Winter Skies ... Daytime ...
...and at Sunset.
Doggie Pawprints in the Snow
Cobweb on an early October morning.
Can you spot the liitle bird in the hedge?
NORTH WALES PORTFOLIO
The first photo has to be that of The Prince of Wales. No, not THAT one, I mean the first Prince of Wales - the legendary Owain Glyndwr (1349-1416): 'Y Mab Darogan - The Foretold Son.' This sculpture by Colin Spofforth has recently been erected in Corwen, which is a few miles away from where he had his home. All that remains of that home now is the mound, known locally as Owain Glyndwr's Mound and it can be seen from the A5 just outside of Llidiart-Y-Parc.
Owain Glyndwr Tribute Sculpture - magnificent isn't it?
Outskirts of Betwys-Y-Coed 1
Outskirts of Betwys-Y-Coed 2
Outskirts of Betwys-Y-Coed 3 - The Chain Bridge
The Ship - permanently anchored in Conwy Harbour
Conwy Castle, Side View
Conwy Castle, Street View
The LIVERPOOL ARMS (well, I HAD to include this). One of the friendliest pubs in Conwy
Gateway, leading out of Conwy Castle
Country Lane leading to the Berwyn Mountains
Dusk at the water's edge, Berwyn Mountains
Beautiful Bala Lake
Berwyn Bridges, taken from The Chain Bridge, Berwyn.
Gorse on Slate, Berwyn Mountains
Mountain stream, Berwyn Mountains
Valley in Summer
Muted Trees and Gorse, Berwyn Mountains
Early evening on the glorious A5
River Dee, Glyndwr Valley in winter, facing north
River Dee, Glyndwr Valley in winter, facing south
River Dee, Glyndwr Valley in summer - facing south
The Horseshoe Falls, taken from the Canal Towpath, Berwyn Mountains
River Dee, taken from The Chain Bridge, Berwyn, facing south
Across the valley, Corwen
Ice Cream Cloud Formation over the Village
More amazingly beautiful cloud formations over the Village.
This photograph captures darkness giving way to light.
The following two are reminiscent of a pearl in a newly opened shell.
While a Unicorn Shadow is undecided about taking shape.
A fan takes shape.
A wall of cloud...
... followed by another ... even though it looks like surf about to crash onto the beach.
The following cloud is just beautiful (in my opinion), it is either an Angel's Wing, a Bird of Prey coming in to land, or an arrow pointing left.
More Clouds? ... Or is it Cotton Wool?
And the Beauty of Clouds and Con Trails ...
The next two photographs are entitled Oil on Canvas, as to me that's what they look like.
Pinks and Greys Collection
Bridge over Lake at St Osyth, Essex - Pure Tranquility
Roses on Trellis
A hedge full of Poppies
Greenery Roundabout, outskirts of Canterbury
Cornfield, Mid Summer
At the Roadside
Across the Treetops
A Parade of Trees
Out to Sea off Margate
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