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Garden Life

Garden Life

Life, Travel
As you may already know, I volunteer for the National Garden Scheme. On Friday, a fellow volunteer and I set out to photograph four gardens in Radnorshire. Three out of ... Read more
Tranquility Haven

Tranquility Haven

Life, Travel
In the corner of a quiet street in Whitton, near Knighton, sits Tranquility Haven. At first glance, it looks like an unassuming property, but through the gate lies something unexpected ... Read more
Spring Lambs

Spring Lambs

Life
A break in the stormy weather meant we could go for a short walk yesterday. It’s been wet and windy for the past week, so it was nice to be ... Read more
Snowdrops at the Village Church

Snowdrops at the Village Church

Life, Travel
At this time of year, I would normally go gallivanting around the Mid Wales and Shropshire countryside looking for snowdrops to photograph. Usually, I’ll find some in a small country churchyard ... Read more
Supporting Small Businesses: The Lemon Tree Candle Co.

Supporting Small Businesses: The Lemon Tree Candle Co.

Etc
Welcome to the eighth edition of my Supporting Small Businesses series. I would like to introduce you to The Lemon Tree Candle Co., a company born out of a lockdown ... Read more
Supporting Small Businesses: No. 1 High Street

Supporting Small Businesses: No. 1 High Street

Etc, Stationery
Welcome to the seventh edition of my Supporting Small Businesses series. I would like to introduce you to a lovely little shop which is local to me. Somewhere you can visit ... Read more
An Afternoon at Gregynog

An Afternoon at Gregynog

Life, Travel
What better place than the beautiful surroundings of Gregynog when meeting up with a friend. Nestled in the hills of Mid Wales, by the village of Tregynog, Gregynog Hall sits ... Read more
The sun is shining, but we can’t go anywhere!

The sun is shining, but we can’t go anywhere!

Life
In these worrying times, I thought I’d share some photos from the walk I took last Sunday. My intention was to wander around the village churchyard and cemetery, and then ... Read more
Fraithwen

Fraithwen

Life, Travel
We’re coming to the end of the open gardens season now, but I thought I’d share with you a wonderful garden I visited earlier in the summer. Back in July, ... Read more
Blaen-y-Cwm

Blaen-y-Cwm

Life, Travel
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of visiting Blaen-y-Cwm, high up in the hills above Llanbister in Mid Wales. The garden was the only one open for the Powys area of ... Read more
The Old Coach House

The Old Coach House

Life, Travel
Nestled in the Dyfi Valley, The Old Coach House at Aberangell sits next to the river. A peaceful haven surrounded by hills. Last Sunday, the owners kindly shared their garden ... Read more
An afternoon out with the National Garden Scheme

An afternoon out with the National Garden Scheme

Life, Travel
What better to do on a sunny Sunday afternoon in July than wander around a beautiful garden? The National Garden Scheme gives visitors the opportunity to visit over 3,500 private ... Read more
Glansevern Hall Gardens

Glansevern Hall Gardens

Travel
With Glansevern Hall Gardens being just a few miles down the road, I’d been meaning to visit for years but somehow had never made it. So with nothing to do ... Read more
Snow Days

Snow Days

Life
It started snowing on Friday and stopped sometime early yesterday morning (Monday), so it’s pretty much a winter wonderland around here. Well, that is until you need to go anywhere, ... Read more
Llyn Clywedog and Bryntail Lead Mine

Llyn Clywedog and Bryntail Lead Mine

Travel
On a sunny day in Mid Wales, there’s nothing like a drive around Llyn Clywedog. Situated near Llanidloes, Llyn Clywedog is a man-made reservoir with a dam, constructed in the ... Read more