Walking along the Wales Coastal Path – this is one of my favourite stretches the cliff between Llantwit Major and Ogmore. The lighthouse at Nash Point is a much-visited local landmark.
Month: July 2014
I’d thought this stretch of the Wales Coastal Path might have been a “bit boring” with not much variety in landscape – nothing could have been further from the truth. It may be flat but the wild flowers, the birds, the butterflies and moths and the fascinating salt marsh make this a quite captivating area.
The start of the Wales Coastal Path (in the south). Whether I’ll get all the way round it … who knows. At the the time of writing this, I’ve reached The Mumbles. You can follow my progress here.
I don’t do portrait work, I haven’t really mastered the art of taking photos of people really at all! I did however (on the prompting of Jenny) see this picture and managed to “snap” it at Rhian and Andy’s wedding. I hope they don’t mind me sharing it.
The dawdle from Cardiff Bay to Barry Docks is a great “local” walk if you can forgive the boring bits along the clifftop from Penarth to Lavernock (where the views of the estuary are hidden behind scrubby vegetation) and the long drag into Barry Docks through commercial and industrial space. In between you have views …