Bangor Cathedral

A little while back I paid a visit to Bangor Cathedral, North Wales. If you are ever in Bangor you might be confused and assume that the Gothic style building on the hill is the cathedral, but that’s actually part of the University. Instead, the Cathedral is low-lying and inconspicuous, on a site that has... Continue Reading →

Saint Tudclud–Penmachno

A bit dark this one but I wanted to emphasize the instrument in the foreground. Maybe it’s a little too dark… Anyway. Saint Tudclud was a sixth century Saint, one of the five sons of Seithennyr Said who, with his brother Gwyddno Garanhir, ruled the Ancient Kingdom of Gwynedd, under Maelgwn Gwynedd. The present church built in... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

It’s Sunday morning, the dogs have had their walk and I’m still recovering from being “Freshly Pressed”. It’s a great honour to be picked but it is a lot of hard work. To give you an example, las Tuesday, my blog stats reported 35 visitors, Thursday’s stats showed 469 visitors. I've been trying to keep up with... Continue Reading →

About Being “Freshly Pressed”

After being “pressed” yesterday my mailbox very rapidly started to fill up and I did my best to keep up with all of your comments, likes and my new followers. Early to bed last night as I’m off to Llanberis and the National Slate Museum, which is an industrial museum complex, but great for photography,... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 6

You have a knack of making the North Wales coast look special Mike, coastal shots are one of my favourite subjects, I really like the tones in this shot and the texture of the wood, great image. What a great quote I just received on Flickr for my 52/2013 Week 6 photograph. On reflection, a... Continue Reading →

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