There are lots of beaches in Pembrokeshire and each one seems to have a character of its own. I hadn’t been to Druidstone Beach for a number of years (partly due to lockdown) and I just felt that this Saturday it would be nice to go somewhere different. This beach is a bit off the beaten track. There’s no car park, no facilities, but it has a unique feel. The high cliffs that surround it engender a protected, closeted ambience. Continue reading
I live in a lovely part of the world. There are beautiful rural walks; strolls around the estuary; even chilled sessions in the back garden. But sometimes it’s just nice to go somewhere different. A couple of days ago we went to Cardiff to spend a few days mooching around the city. It’s a lovely place (lle hyfryd, yng Gymraeg) with lots of new opportunities for making images. Continue reading
One of the requirements of my drone pilot’s licence is that I need to complete a certain number of flying hours each month. It’s work but, you know, it just has to be done. I’m NOT just playing with gadgets you understand.
I was flying my drone ( a DJI Mavic Air) from the garden this morning. The day was shaping up to be sunny and warm and the sun had only just fully risen. Continue reading
For some reason I woke early this morning and just could not get back to sleep, sometimes I just know when it isn’t worth trying. So I got up and made myself a cup of tea. While I was doing that I noticed the moon was just one day past full so I went into the other room to fetch my camera which, luckily, had a 150mm lens already attached. Continue reading
It’s been a been a busy couple of months to be honest, with a lot of life getting in the way of my photography. But I had the chance to revisit a place that I used to cycle along many years ago. It was early evening and the sunlight was filtering through the trees to leave a beautiful dappled light on the tarmac of the bike path below it. Continue reading