Why Is Everything Yellow?

Wednesday night I was in Rhyl with my local camera club for an informal session down by the harbour and the beach. During the day we had been having on and off thunderstorms and at 7 pm when we were due to meet it was still raining. But according to my weather and cloud app... Continue Reading →

The House That Fell Into The Sea

Living on my part of the North Wales Coast as I do, I'm blessed with miles of sandy beach from Talacre in the east to Rhyl in the west. The beaches are wide and from a photographers point of view pretty boring apart from the groynes which are there to break up wave action. I've... Continue Reading →

Llandulas Sunset

This is going to be fun. WordPress have changed the familiar desktop editor for this new fangled Gutenberg thingy. Apparently you have to add blocks instead of just writing and adding photographs as you go along. Seems like a lot more work to me. But as I don't have much choice now for blog post... Continue Reading →

A Look Back In Time

Way back in 2013 I wrote about the sea defences that protect Prestatyn and showed a series of photographs taken at sunset. When I look back at that post I realise how cringe worthy my photographs were then, mainly due to over enthusiatic use of HDR processing. Nowadays I would do those photos completely differently,... Continue Reading →

Talacre

The semi-final of the World Cup is on. England are playing Croatia and everyone says "it's coming home" (the world cup that is). England last won it in 1966. However as a Scotsman, living in Wales, I'm off out for a bit of photography at Talacre with a few other togs who couldn't care less... Continue Reading →

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