The Beach, The X-T3, The 50-230. What Fun!

I’ve had a couple of short little walks out as I try and get myself back into fitness, and feeling as good as I can again. So I thought, what better way than to get a lens I have neglected for a while, and go and take some photographs! Armed with the X-T3 and theContinue reading “The Beach, The X-T3, The 50-230. What Fun!”

Margam Abbey And Stone Museum

We’re so lucky to live in an area that has so much history, so much natural beauty and so much to photograph. Today was an organised visit to Margam Abbey & Stone Museum in Margam, Port Talbot, South Wales. The Abbey was built originally in 1147 and you can read it’s history a little later.Continue reading “Margam Abbey And Stone Museum”

Family break to Tenby

As I haven’t been well, and the kids are off school, and the wife is currently having time off work, we decided to book some a couple of days away at our favourite place, Tenby in South West Wales. For a change I mostly took family photos, so that’s what you’ll see here! All imagesContinue reading “Family break to Tenby”

Butterflies, Bees And Macro

I’ve only had chance to pop into the garden lately to take some photos, and they’ve been a great little excuse to practise my skills and not just capturing butterflies and bees, but also getting them into a composition that makes them more interesting. All photos are taken with the Fujifilm X-T3 and the 18-135mmContinue reading “Butterflies, Bees And Macro”

Photography At Brecon (The People, The Cathedral And More)

Brecon, in the middle of the Brecon Beacons in South Wales is a historical garrison town. Home to the infamous South Wales Borderers, 24th Foot Regiment that took part at Rorkes Drift in 1879 (which was made famous by the film “Zulu”). It’s a beautiful town, with a cathedral, canal, ancient and modern buildings andContinue reading “Photography At Brecon (The People, The Cathedral And More)”