Autumn in the Welsh countryside

I realise my posting has been somewhat non-existent lately but the drawing part of my life had taken over. Which means no big Welsh adventures either.

I managed to squeeze in some Sunday afternoon strolls though and considering that the beautiful countryside starts right at my back door, I didn’t have to drive that far either. So I hope you enjoy at least these small glimpses into the beauty of Wales and hopefully there will be some bigger adventures soon.

Pre-New Year’s Resolution: Get out more again.

First the Panorama Walk near Llangollen – beautiful autumn light and views of Dinas Bran.

 

The Minera Lead Mines and the quarry not far away offer more of a view into the industrial past of the area. Very impressive nonetheless.

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2 thoughts on “Autumn in the Welsh countryside

  1. Just a simply exquisite series ~ both sets of these photos. So evocative , filled with atmosphere of time and place. Transported me back to my own cherished times in Wales and along the Border country of Wales an Shropshire / Herefordshire. Just magic. Fills me with yearning. You captured the light and place so beautifully ~

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