Monthly Archives: July 2021

Dyffryn Dyfi

Picture the scene before the Saxons appeared. Winding down from the Berwyn mountains through ancient forest, the river reaches a flat plain at what is now Machynlleth. A few miles further west it is pinched in by high land one … Continue reading

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The Fish Eagle

(The picture above is from their website and shows the new visitor centre just before it opened in May 21) The Dyfi Osprey Project doesn’t open its doors until 10, which seems ridiculously late to me – birds start early, … Continue reading

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The Plan – it worked!

(Note, this is the last of 3 linked posts, but I am publishing them in reverse order so that the first will be at the top as you scroll through.) The forecast is for the hottest day of the year … Continue reading

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The Photographer

This is a writing exercise. Creative writing (as well as creative photography) is important for my mental health as old age slowly increases its grip. I have found in the past that a good way to get past “writers’ block” … Continue reading

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