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Coast and Country ITV Brecon Beacons Landscape Photography Three years ago I was lucky enough to be featured on ITV’s Coast and Country. It was a fantastic opportunity to promote the Brecon Beacons National park and also talk a little…
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ffoton.wales One Image Feature ffoton is a Wales based community focused on providing a platform that allows Welsh based photographers an opportunity to share their photographic work, from landscapes and portrait right through to commercial. Ffoton have interviewed well known Welsh…
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Adobe Spark – The River This is a rather lovely piece of software created by Adobe, called Adobe Spark, it offers an alternative presentation for your images and really shows them off in a storybook fashion. Justa  quick blog post…
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Henrhyd Waterfall Batmans Cave or Henrhyd Fall is the highest falls in South Wales with a superb plunge from a sandstone ledge of around 90 feet. It’s a rather wonderful fall, especially when in full flow.  Is welsh it is called Sgwd…
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