Photography at a old hidden cottage on the shore part of Lake Vyrnwy, a very hidden place and hard or notice to find this old cottage, one time this cottage was looking over the valley before the lake was flooded and now the waters lap right up to the front door.
Its worth me going back one morning for some early morning photography, the light today was very poor but I got some black and white compositions using the old windows for some interest. We also walked round the lake today.
A few photos of a field trip to most northerly point of mainland wales at the lighthouse at the Point of Ayr also gives its name to a lighthouse, built in 1776, though inactive since 1883, it come complete with a resident ghost which is rumoured to stand on the lighthouse balcony.
Our photography trip was a little disappointed with the poor light but from the photos you can see we just managed to catch the sunset while the tide was out makes the lighthouse look a bit lonely in the Dee estuary.
more information please follow the link- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point_of_Ayr
Last year we had an enjoyable weekend at Corwen walking festival. The organisers of the event are already taking bookings for this event and anyone who enjoys walking or photography will love this event in this beautiful part of the Dee valley. I will be leading one of the walks and hopefully the Berwyn ridge walk with a few pointers and places of interest of ww2 plane crash sites and the infamous alleged UFO crash. for details and booking please go the link http://www.corwenwalkingfestival.co.uk/
A journey of photography through Leighton estate to the summit of long mountain at 1339ft (408m) at the hill fort of beacon ring.
a decent on a section of offas dyke from the summit. fine views from this hill.
The hill was the scene of the battle of Cefn Digoll between Northumbria and a alliance of Gwynedd and Mercia.
from start to finish this walk is full of interesting facts and places