A Walk Round Dinorwic Quarry

I should start by saying there is no way I could walk around the full extent of the quarry. Dinorwic was the second largest slate quarry in Wales, the largest was at Bethseda, just a short distance away. Covering over 700 acres and rising from about 100 metres in staged levels to a height of... Continue Reading →

I Forgot To Put A Title To This Post

Point of Ayr, the site of an old colliery, three side of the site are fenced, the fourth side is open. Where's the logic in that? Since my last visit, almost two years ago, nature has really taken over. There's not a lot to photograph on the site and the only real things of interest... Continue Reading →

The Watkins Path

Another day out in Snowdonia, this time on the Watkin Path, considered to be the most brutal of the paths to the summit of Snowdon. But I wouldn't be going that far. The path starts with a  wander through the woods and for photographers there are some good photo opportunities. Moss is growing on everything... Continue Reading →

Discover–A Time To Catch Up

My mailbox is full. Just under 400 messages from WordPress in the space of a couple of days with comments on “It’s A Kind Of Magic” and new followers to “Say It With A Camera”. It’s going to take me some time to catch up with all of your comments and have a look at... Continue Reading →

Secret Valley

First of all, let me say, if you ever want to look at a larger photograph, just click on it. You’ll be taken to my Flickr photo stream. There’s a hidden valley in North Wales where the scenery is quite beautiful. Where is it? Shhhh! That’s a secret. Access to the valley is up an... Continue Reading →

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