It was a beautiful day for a walk in the mountains…
Some people opt to paint the town red. We painted the hills green and became mobile artists masterpiece painters. We found a beautiful spot and created our canvases of the world the way we see it…
Waking up in Bluestone this morning and heading out in search of milk was absolutely stunning and we were treated to the most stunning backdrop of dragons breath rolling through the Welsh mountains. You could see the Presli mountains peeping through as the mist rolled the autumn trees encasing Bluestone. It was a wonderful start to our first morning here…. View Post
Wales has some truly beautiful scenery and Abergavenny is nestled amongst some of the most spectacular views you’ll find. Blorenge is one of a cluster of mountains that surround it. Towering over the Welsh landscape, it is a wonderful place for a stroll with minimum effort but maximum sense of achievement and a feast for the eyes.
Today we went on a walk to a Glacial lake in the Brecon Beacons National Park. We were going on a frog hunt! With some Freddo chocolate frogs hidden in my pocket we set off in the hope of finding frogs.
So here is our tried & tested view of South/West & Mid Wales & a photographical log of just some of the naturally beautiful places we have visited, from coastline to mountains and ruins to heritage we endeavoured to take in as much of our part of the world as possible with just petrol in the car, often welly boots… View Post
We decided to embark on a Sunday afternoon adventure to a beautiful place nestled within the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad y Fan Frynych sits in a National NatureReserve & is a great example of how the ice age formed the bowls within the mountains, rich in wildlife the cliffs act as a vertical woodland with trees and… View Post