Feral Goats In Dinorwic

Sometimes you just get lucky. I haven't written anything to Say It With A Camera in weeks. Just no interest in blogging. But today I got lucky and found the goats down on the lower slopes, just minding their own business. Too good an opportunity not to share. Have I got the will to start... Continue Reading →

The Winding Road

It's a nice day for a walk in the hills. No one about and just the sound of sheep on the slopes. Clouds are getting thicker and darker. Will it rain?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Door

This weeks challenge photographs have a bit of a medieval theme. They are all from old churches or castles that I’ve ben fortunate enough to visit over the years. St.Margaret's Church, Bodelwyddan, more commonly know as “The Marble Church” can be seen for many miles in the Vale of Clwyd, Denbighshire, due to it’s tall... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

Whilst I was out today I spotted this lone tree standing in a field. Highlighted against the blue sky and with no foliage it looked quite stark. But you have to get the whole picture (excuse the pun here) to appreciate this tree. Our eye must constantly measure, evaluate. We alter our perspective by a... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Here in North Wales we have more than our fair share of abandoned buildings. Most are associated with either the slate quarries, copper or coal mines which have long since ceased working. Our first building can be found on the Miners Track as you head towards the summit of Snowdon. At the side of Llyn... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit

These weekly challenges are getting weirder and weirder. I mean Habit, this week, Eerie last. How am I meant to find a nun wearing a habit, let alone photograph her. That’s if she would let me. And where am I going to find an eagle in its nest. They’re not exactly in abundance around here.... Continue Reading →

52/2013 Week 42

Pen yr Ole Wen is the seventh highest mountain in Snowdonia and in Wales. It is the most southerly of the Carneddau range. For many years the mountain's name was translated as "Head of the White Light", the interpretation of which was a mystery. However in 2004 Professor Hywel Wyn Owen at the Place-Name Research... Continue Reading →

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