The bit of the path between assessing the wind and reaching the sand.
Leafy and raggedy, and only confined by rusty metal, my allotment is looking good.
Tideline. Saturday morning walk out from Porthmadog, along the length of Morfa Bychan and back. Empty summer beach, nice but sinister
Marching along a wooded lane. Sunlight. Slow down, just stop, and look at the trees for five minutes… Coed Garth-byr, January 2020
Working at home day, head-clearing trip to the beach before the sun goes down. On the beach, January 2020
Playing with cyanotypes. Seaweed and a few other props, rekindled into fake tidepools, baked in the sun and toned in Photoshop.
Post 4 – Llan Ffestiniog to Penmachno in the rain, and then down to the mainstream – Betws-y-Coed, Capel Curig, Llyn Ogwen and Bethesda.
The 3rd Snowdonia Slate Trail post – a sunny day’s walk from Beddgelert, via Croesor and Rhosydd to Blaenau and Llan Ffestiniog.
Snowdonia Slate Trail post 2: Llanberis to Nantlle, and the following day, up through that lovely valley to Rhyd Ddu.
Snowdonia Slate Trail in 4 posts – photos and trail notes. Post 1 Bangor – Llanberis.
Afon Dwyfor, small river brimming with clear post-rain water, made magical in the clean air and dappling sunlight.
Criccieth is still winter-asleep at the end of March, but the sun is very much alive and playing games with the beachfront railings. Photos.