RECENT VISITS: Jan - Dec 2016

04th December 2016
Colour images of recent visits...
I have not been taking many pictures recently but here's a few. Will try to get back into the swing of things very soon!





Morris Castle, Swansea 2016












Swansea Copper works 2016





















Penllergaer walled garden & garden lodge, Swansea 2016




Penllergaer, Swansea 2016



Abstractions at Mumbles 2016












Sketty Park & Gardens, Singleton Park, Swansea 2016



Former mansion estate of Penllegaer, Swansea 2016





Before and after... ESGAIR FFOSFUDR, Nant-y-moch, Ceredigion 2011 & 2016







Path to Craig y Pistyll, Bont Goch, Ceredigion 2016









Bwlch Glas, Bont Goch, Ceredigion 2016

















Llawr-y-cwm-Bach farmhouse & mine workings, Bontgoch, Ceredigion 2016








Bwlchystyllen, Bont Goch, Ceredigion 2016







Neuadd Bryn Glas, Bontgoch, Ceredigion 2016












Bryn-y-Grofftau, Pontrhydfendigaid, Ceredigion 2016








Y-Esgair, Llanddewi-Brefi, Credigion 2016








Deri Ormond Tower, Betws Bledws, Ceredigion 2016
















LLETTY-DU UCHAF, Llangeitho, Ceredigion 2016 (revisit)







Tanybwlch, Llwynpiod, Llangeitho, Ceredigion 2016





Aberarth Mill, Ceredigion 2016





GWRTHWYNT ISAF, Talsarn, Ceredigion 2016
(revisit since I managed to fog the pictures I'd taken!)









Around Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion 2016














(Tax disc read 31st March 1977!)
GWRTHWYNT ISAF, Talsarn, Ceredigion 2016














Revisit to FFYNNON-WEN, Ciliau Aeron, Ceredigion 2016


Old Schoolhouse, Nr Cors Caron, Tregaron, Ceredigion 2016






Smith Cottages, Pontrhydygroes, Ceredigion 2016










Stone Pillars, Strata Florida, Ceredigion 2016 and Great Abbey Farm, Ystrad Fflur, Ceredigion 2016






















LLAIN, Cross Inn, Ceredigion 2016

Comments

Photo comment By AndrewHawkey: Paul, you've excelled yourself with these new 2016 shots. I'm particularly sad to see that the Great Abbey farmhouse at Strata Florida is still unoccupied and looking forlorn. This is such a fabulous and historic house, built largely from stone borrowed form the original abbey's materials - I know there's ongoing plans for the development of the whole complex, and a useful role would be found for the house, but the years are rolling by, nothing's happening ... that is such a precious ad special house, and it needs LIVING IN!!! If I was twenty years younger, I'd be lobbying to take on the task of living in it ... Seriously.
Photo comment By cheesey peas: just love your web site fantastik
Photo comment By Julian Wormald: Absolutely stunning site and photos, Paul. I have a blog/website and would like to provide a link to your site next time, in the context of a project I've recently started on trying to amass a collection of snowdrops from derelict/older Welsh properties ...often snowdrops are the only hint of former dwellings, and for other reasons, I'm fascinated that so little is known about snowdrops of Welsh origin. I wondered if you'd mind if I provided a link to this fabulous set of images? Best wishes Julian Wormald, Gelli Uchaf. Our website is called the garden impressionists PS we live in a now restored from the brink longhouse, so many of your images resonate particularly well with us.
Photo comment By ed Lewis: Hi Paul, May I congratulate you on such a fantastic site. We have been looking at the railway line and the many buildings, halts and stations along its route, finding your photos of some of them has been a great help. Great site... Regards

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