Landscape and Travel Photography

Going Wild With Olympus: Llyn Fach – How Did I Get the Shot?

  • December 15, 2018
Going Wild With Olympus: Llyn Fach – How Did I Get the Shot?

I'm lucky enough to be working with Olympus UK and the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales on a project documenting the wildlife and some of the many nature reserves that exist in south and west Wales. It's a fantastic opportunity to not only work with some amazing Olympus camera gear, but to explore reserves I've never previously visited, and see the wildlife that lives there. Llyn Fach Nature Reserve Llyn Fach Nature Reserve lies about twenty miles northeast of Neath in Wales. It's a glacial lake in the hills close to the Brecon Beacons and requires a two mile...

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Photographing Ffynone Falls

  • June 13, 2018
Photographing Ffynone Falls

Ffynone Falls is a hidden gem in Pembrokeshire. Few people ever visit it because it really is one of those mysterious places tucked away in the heart of Wales. You can't see it from the road, but it's only a ten minute walk to reach it (provided you can resist stopping along the way to admire the forest). Ffynone Falls after a month with very little rain. After a deluge, water floods down the rockface to the left as well as the main fall. How to find it The best way to locate Ffynone Falls is to head through Boncath towards Cenarth, which is another famous Welsh waterfall. You'll pass through...

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