My travels in Wales, Scotland, England and Ireland came to an end two months ago, so it seems like a good time to present a chronicle of my time over there in my preferred manner: self-portraits.
Fresh out of the airplane, in the bus on my way to Bath.
In an independent book shop in Bath: Mr. B’s, Emporium of Reading Delights, which was as magical as it sounds.
In my home for three months, in Swansea, Wales.
At the gigantic Caernarfon Castle, North Wales.
Waiting for the bus in a cafe in one of Cardiff’s wonderful Victorian arcades, across from a barbershop.
At Caerphilly Castle, the biggest castle in Wales.
On a bridge while hiking in the beautiful Bishopston Valley, Gower peninsula, South Wales.
Hiking near Bishopston, Gower peninsula, South Wales.
Windowshopping in Aberystwyth, Middle Wales.
In a bookshop in Aberystwyth.
Among the castle ruins in Aberystwyth.
In Edinburgh. The walls of city hall have been decorated with excerpts from poems about Scotland.
The Millennium Clock in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Beautiful architecture in Tenby, South Wales.
Braving the puddles at St. Govan’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
Crossing the Bosherston lily pond in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
Hanging out with Oscar Wilde’s statue in Dublin, Ireland.