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Photographers capture Storm Dennis as it hits Wales (February 2020)

Photo above Courtesy  Rose Voon - Aberystwyth showing the power of the sea

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Photographers capture Storm Dennis as it hits Wales (February 2020)





Photo above Courtesy  Rose Voon - Aberystwyth showing the power of the sea

Take the post for a quite amazing selection of photography from our brilliant and talented people with real passion for Wales. 


High waves at Porthcawl with Storm Dennis.......

Photo Courtesy Karl McCarthy

 

The power of these storms in Anglesey......

Photo Courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Storm Dennis as it hits Tenby.....

Photo Courtesy Gareth Davies

 

A swell in Trearddur Bay.....

Photo Courtey SC Photography

 

Storm Dennis, Traeth Llyfn beach, near Porthgain, Pembrokeshire....

Photo Courtesy Ynys Barry

 

High waves at Porthcawl......

Photo Courtesy Duane Evans

 

Anglesey as a ferry takes on the heavy seas......

Photo Courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Stormy seas at Pembrokeshire.....

Photo Courtesy Nicky Mallen

 

High waves at Aberystwyth.......

Photo Courtesy Rose Voon

 

Storm Dennis, Ynys Cwyfan, Isle of Anglesey....

Photo Courtesy Edward Wyn Roberts

 

Amazing waves seen at Porthcawl......

Photo Courtesy James Darby

 

Storm Dennis as it hits Anglesey....

Photo Courtesy Anthony Ward

 

Afon Llugwy River running along side the A5 at Capel Curig in full flow......

Photo Courtesy W J Jones

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10 Feb 2020 - FreeTimePays
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Photographers capture Storm Ciara as it hits Wales (February 2020)

Photo above Courtesy Duane Evans

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Photographers capture Storm Ciara as it hits Wales (February 2020)





Photo above Courtesy Duane Evans

Take the post for a quite amazing selection of photography from our brilliant and talented people with real passion for Wales. 


Storm Ciara batters the coast at Porthcawl

Photo Courtesy Duane Evans

Photo Courtesy Dai Lygad

 

High waves at Aberystwyth

Photo Courtesy Rose Voon

Photo Courtesy Rose Voon

Photo Courtesy Rose Voon

Photo Courtesy Rose Voon

Photo Courtesy Frank Moore

Photo Courtesy Frank Moore

Photo Courtesy Frank Moore

 

Amazing waves at Saundersfoot

Photo Courtesy Nicky Mallen

Photo Courtesy Nicky Mallen

Photo Courtesy Gareth Davies

 

Fantastic Waves at Whitmore Bay, Barry Island

Photo Courtesy David Clemett

Photo Courtesy David Clemett

 

 

 

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06 Feb 2020 - Jenny Burrows
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The Dams of Elan Valley

The Elan Valley forms part of the rugged Cambrian Mountains, and is home to many dams, reservoirs and wildlife.

The dams and reservoirs were built by the Victorians to supply clean water to Birmingham. There are four dams on the river Elan; Craig Goch, Pen y Garreg, Garreg Ddu, and Caban Coch. The river Claerwen has the newest, and largest Claerwen dam followed by the unfinished Dol y Mynach dam. Each of the dams and reservoirs are unique in their design.

The Elan Estate is 180 square kilometres and falls within the Cambrian Mountains Environmentally Sensitive Area, The Estate also forms the major part of the 30,000 hectare Elenydd-Mallaen Special Protection Area under the European Wild Birds Directive. It also has three Special Areas of Conservation under the European Habitats and Species Directive. One is for the woodlands and two are for the upland bogs, which together total over 6,000 hectares.

Elen Valley has been awarded an International Dark Sky Park Award which helps the many nocturnal mammals in the Claerwen and Elan Valleys to thrive.

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The Dams of Elan Valley





The Elan Valley forms part of the rugged Cambrian Mountains, and is home to many dams, reservoirs and wildlife.

The dams and reservoirs were built by the Victorians to supply clean water to Birmingham. There are four dams on the river Elan; Craig Goch, Pen y Garreg, Garreg Ddu, and Caban Coch. The river Claerwen has the newest, and largest Claerwen dam followed by the unfinished Dol y Mynach dam. Each of the dams and reservoirs are unique in their design.

The Elan Estate is 180 square kilometres and falls within the Cambrian Mountains Environmentally Sensitive Area, The Estate also forms the major part of the 30,000 hectare Elenydd-Mallaen Special Protection Area under the European Wild Birds Directive. It also has three Special Areas of Conservation under the European Habitats and Species Directive. One is for the woodlands and two are for the upland bogs, which together total over 6,000 hectares.

Elen Valley has been awarded an International Dark Sky Park Award which helps the many nocturnal mammals in the Claerwen and Elan Valleys to thrive.


 

 

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02 Jan 2020 - Jenny Burrows
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Boxing Day on Amroth Beach

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15 Oct 2019 - Sheena Parry-Davies
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'10 of the best' great photography taken by People with REAL Passion

Here are our selection of Sheena's '10 of the best' of wonderful photography taken by highly talented  'People with REAL Passion' for Wales. 

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Here are our selection of Sheena's '10 of the best' of wonderful photography taken by highly talented  'People with REAL Passion' for Wales. 


A beautiful morning in Pontypridd.

 

The first day of Autumn (Equinox) Wales.

 

 From Aberporth to Tresaith, Wales.

 

Autumnal explosion Pontypridd.

 

In the misty morning’ Pontypridd.

 

River reflections, Wales.

 

From Aberporth to Tresaith, Wales.

 

Llangrannog Beach, Wales.

 

 Blue skies in Pontypridd.

 

Bright rainbow delight in Pontypridd.

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