Roath Basin reflections

Roath Basin

A lovely sunny day and I had to catch-up on my U3A “homework” – taking photographs which could have the category “shapes” attached to them. I was however distracted by the discovery that I could walk past the BBC Porth Teigr studios and alongside the Roath Basin – one of Cardiff’s largest former coal docks. […]

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South Gate at St Fagans

St Fagans in winter sunshine

Finally to finish off what (for me) was a rather satisfying shoot at the National Folk Museum in St Fagans, near Cardiff, a set of four images of “old friends” – some of the buildings that have been in the museum the longest. Apart from some cropping, none of these photographs has been altered in

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Looking up in the City Centre

Sometimes we don’t give ourselves the time to look up, rather than down, or straight ahead when walking a city’s streets. Cardiff has a large number of interesting buildings – all dating from those times when coal was being exported in huge volume from the docks. Here are a selection of images taken at the

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