Saint Deniol’s Hawarden

"Aye! The nights are fair drawing in" is an old saying my grandmother used to use as winter came along. And with it comes storms, more rain and snow, especially in Wales. This morning I was told there was a heavy fall of snow in the Snowdonia National Park last night, so that could well... Continue Reading →

It’s Dark Out There

Llyn Aled is a natural lake located on an isolated part of the Denbigh Moors at an altitude of about 1,227 feet (374 m) above sea level. The Afon Aled, (river) which flows from Llyn Aled was damned in 1938 and this created the Aled Isaf Reservoir. This was were I was going to be based... Continue Reading →

Quick Night Photograph

Well not so quick, really. It’s a 50 second exposure. Last night the camera club decided on a visit to photograph the bridge over the River Dee from Connah’s Quay. It was cold night, plenty of cloud about as well. Not ideal for standing around whilst you take photographs. But here’s the result. I hope... Continue Reading →

The Truth Of Art

So let me start by saying that after this post I’ll be taking a break from blogging for a week or so, as I head off on a late holiday. Right then to this weeks challenge. Don’t you just love shiny things? I know I do, but can you really portray shiny in a photograph?... Continue Reading →

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