Sail Bridge, Swansea
Sail Bridge, Swansea

The fabulous Sail Bridge in Swansea, South Wales. Mae Pont yr Hwyl gwych yn Abertawe, De Cymru. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Aberystwyth Marina
Aberystwyth Marina

The beautiful Aberystwyth Marina in Ceredigion, Mid Wales. Mae'r hardd Marina Aberystwyth yng Ngheredigion, Canolbarth Cymru. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Porth Dinllaen
Porth Dinllaen

Porthdinllaen (English Porth Dinllaen), is a small coastal village in the Dwyfor locality on the Llŷn Peninsula within Gwynedd, Wales, but historically in Caernarfonshire. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Tenby Harbour
Tenby Harbour

The picturesque fishing town of Tenby in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Mae tref pysgota hardd Dinbych y Pysgod yn Sir Benfro, Gorllewin Cymru. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Taf Estuary
Taf Estuary

A rainy day at the beautiful Taf Estuary in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire. To purchase this image, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Flower Garden
Flower Garden

The finest surviving Thomas Mawson garden in Britain set in 70 acres of spectacular landscaped parkland in Dyffryn, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. Restoration funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund is nearing completion. Features include the Pompeian garden, reflecting pool, theatre garden, Italianate terraces, cloister garden, physic garden, rose garden, lavender court, vine walk, alpine garden and arboretum. To purchase this image, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Three Cliffs Bay
Three Cliffs Bay

In this photograph taken in Gower, Swansea, you can see Pobbles Bay in the foreground, Three Cliffs Bay in the middle and Oxwich Bay is in the distance. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Llandogo
Llandogo

This photograph shows the beautiful River Wye winding its way through Llandogo in Monmouthshire, South Wales. To purchase a copy of this image as a print or on canvas, please click the go to link button, below.

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Glamorgan Heritage Coast
Glamorgan Heritage Coast

Another beautiful sunset at Dunraven Bay in Southerndown, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. This forms part of the beautiful and dramatic Glamorgan Heritage Coast and also the Wales Coast Path. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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The River Wye
The River Wye

The River Wye is the fifth-longest river in the UK, stretching some 215 kilometres from source to sea. For much of its length the river forms part of the border between England and Wales. This photograph was taken from Bigsweir Bridge, near Llandogo. Monmouthshire is on the left and Gloucestershire on the right. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Bluestones Monument & Carn Menyn
Bluestones Monument & Carn Menyn

Carn Menyn is a grouping of craggy rock outcrops or tors in the Preseli Hills in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire. The name means Butter Rock. It sits on top of the Preseli ridge, close to the stone setting of Bedd Arthur and is believed by some to have been the main source for the bluestones used at Stonehenge. It consists of an outcrop of white spotted dolerite similar to that of other tors in the area, and several other prehistoric sites have been identified nearby. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Mwnt
Mwnt

Mwnt is a very small community and ancient parish in south Ceredigion, Wales, on the West Wales coast about 4.5 miles (7.2 km) from Cardigan. It gets its name from the prominent steep conical hill (Foel y Mwnt), a landmark from much of Cardigan Bay, that rises above the beach. The beach has earned a Green Coast Award.

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Gwalia Falls, Tresaith Beach
Gwalia Falls, Tresaith Beach

This photograph was taken in the rain on a very wet and windy August bank holiday Monday in 2012. Gwalia Falls can be found on Tresaith Beach in Tresaith, A small coastal village about nine miles outside of Cardigan. Gwalia is an archaic Welsh name for Wales. It derives from the medieval latin Wallia, which in turn is a latinisation of the english 'Wales'. Although never as widely used as Cymru, Gwalia was once popular as a poetic name for the country. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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Llantrisant Common
Llantrisant Common

Llantrisant Common and Pastures is a 113-hectare (280-acre) Site of Special Scientific Interest in Llantrisant, South Wales. It was established in 2000. To purchase this image, please click on the go to link button, below.

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The Boat and the Rainbow
The Boat and the Rainbow

This photograph was taken at the beautiful Taf Estuary in Laugharne. To purchase this image as a print or on canvas, please click on the go to link button, below.

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