Severn Valley Railway

Severn Valley

A British bank holiday and rain go together like peas in a pod so four days of dry weather and sunshine across the Easter break was certainly a pleasant surprise. For us conditions couldn’t have been more perfect as we embarked on a mini tour of England, starting off in Read more…

Burry Port sunset

Burry Port Sunset – 15/04/2014

It was another perfect evening on Tuesday and feeling that we were due an Osprey Burry Port seemed like the ideal destination. By the time we arrived the tide was already very advanced filling old Pembrey harbour and almost completely covering the sand bank usually used as a high tide Read more…

Kenfig Rivermouth

Dune Bashing at Kenfig NNR

Past experience has taught me well that hot, sunny days are definitely not the best conditions for several miles of walking through Kenfig’s extensive dune system. Overcast and breezy weather however is ideal so Saturday’s drab and chilly start was just the ticket for my first visit to the reserve Read more…

Worm's Head Sunset, Gower

Worm’s Head Sunset

After work on Thursday we managed to squeeze in a trip down to Rhossili, the perfect antidote for a busy day in the office. For once the promise of a clear sky held and we watched events unfold from our position overlooking the causeway across to Worm’s Head. Clearly we Read more…

Turstones, Penzance

Penzance, Levant and The Lizard

The morning after the day before dawned wet, windy and frankly rather Welsh. What had been a view down to the beach at Praa Sands was now obscured by fog and low cloud with even the car attacking Herring Gulls seemingly having sought shelter leaving my windscreen wipers wounded but Read more…