Monthly Archives: March 2018

I have a Shop!

Here it is: http://phototwynog.co.uk/shop Today is something of a milestone in my “career” as a wildlife photographer. Of course it’s not a career, it’s a hobby, but to me it is my work: no less important than any of the jobs … Continue reading

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Dippers on the Towy

I’ve been watching and photographing the Dippers on the river near Cilycwm for several years now. They are fascinating creatures, able, not only to fly at kingfisher speed, but also to hunt for insects under water. There are two nest … Continue reading

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Leighton Moss

It’s a strange home from home: an orange coloured, curved apartment block on stilts, between two busy roads at the messy edge of the old city centre of Lancaster. Below the stilts are three floors of garage parking, guarded by … Continue reading

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In Praise of Starlings

One of the few joys of this otherwise joyless winter has been the number of starlings. I’ve never seen so many. Even Cilycwm has its resident murmuration, and a slice of them descended on the garden last month. Starlings always … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Bury Port!

What a strange and heady mix of aesthetics is the coast between Llanelli and Kidwelly. In the middle is Bury Port, a town which owes its entire existence to the demands of 19th century heavy industry. All that bit of … Continue reading

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