Shutterspeed: Southeast Wales

  Last summer I passed through Wales on my way to England, stopping at the Hay-on-Wye literary festival to meet up with some of my former colleagues from the publishing house where I did my internship. What a welcoming sight the rolling green hills presented while the plane touched down at Cardiff Airport, and how... Continue Reading →

Histourism: Fossil hunting in Penarth

In addition to being a very picturesque seaside town, Penarth, just south from Cardiff, is one of the best places in Wales to find fossils. They wash up by the bucket load! Just a few years back, the first dinosaur ever to have been found on Welsh soil, was found near here, a 200 million-year old... Continue Reading →

Shutterspeed: Two walks on the Gower

Last weekend I went to visit Swansea's main attraction: the Gower peninsula. A treasure trove of natural beauty! On Saturday I made my way down to the Worm's Head, a cluster of small islands on the west coast, and then walked along the coastal path to the end of Rhossili beach. On Sunday I went to... Continue Reading →

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