Saturday, 24 September 2016


Another reason NOT TO COME TO MID WEST WALES. The air is clean - the scenery is free - you can walk all the way around the boundaries of Wales. It probably rains every day. The people are horrible and they speak a strange language.

Monday, 19 September 2016

Having fun using new software.
This is a view from the Drovers Track overlooking Drenewydd, Powys Mid Wales. The overlay is peeling paint.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Walk from Aberaeron to Gilfach Yr Halen

Walk from Aberaeron to Gilfach Yr Halen.
All Welsh place names beginning with Aber mean 'the mouth of .... XYZ river'. Gilfach Yr Halen means 'Salt Creek/inlet'
A great walk - fed by big fat juicy blackberries all the way to overcome the very high humidity of 95%.

Hidden behind the main street in Llanon - Ceredigion - Mid West Wales is the ruin of a Tudor house. In this same street or area is the supposed home of Non, the mother of the Welsh Patron Saint David.


Battered by wind, rain and wild winds, Aberystwyth stands firm bathed in gorgeous sun. Most folk coming to stay in Aber stay a lot longer than they thought. Students give up good London salaries to return to its charm.

Friday, 19 August 2016


Just playing, as I do, with a photograph of my local Welsh village. I wanted to show off the beautiful white sides of the cottages and houses.


I am coming towards the end of my second year of the CEREDIGION ART TRAIL (150 artists opening studios and homes during the month of August).
This year I believe the weather has been against us because everyone is on the beach getting a very healthy tan.
This is one of my photos from the exhibition of an old Welsh Cottage in Llanon.

Monday, 9 May 2016


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