After months of no motivation and busy times behind the scenes I finally managed to get out for a wander yesterday 🌿Decided to explore an area I hadn't been before and came across this lovely little waterfall, nestled into a steep valley. According to the Brecon Beacons waterfall expert it's never officially been named, so he's consulting old miners from the area to see if the locals have a name for it. How interesting!
Re-edited this old favourite 🙌✨ nice to see how your vision changes but still a way to go before I can perfectly express the vision in my head 😌
Took me the better part of a year to turn this idea into a reality... Moonlit curtains at Sgwd Ddwli 🌚 Might use it to explain how I plan my photos in a new vlog, what do you think?
A classic composition I never bothered to edit. There was some faint aurora that night but nothing on what we saw the week ahead ✨ I need to book another trip, anyone off hunting the aurora this year?
That moment when the dragon's breath finally starts engulfing the landscape and your last battery is dying and your SD card is flashing full 😣 I admitted defeat, sat down and dangled my legs off the edge to kick back and enjoy the show...
Just put a new article up on my website about my adventures under the dark skies of the Elan Valley, let me know what you think ☺️✨
There's such a Wild West vibe to Tre Cime Natural Park and yet it was still impossible to picture the tragic scenes unfolding here just 100 years ago ✨ This shot peers out of one of the many man-made caves in the area that formed the front line between Italy and Austria in World War 1... Cheers to everyone who helped me choose which photo to edit 🙏👍
With the chairlifts closed for the season I had this place to myself from sunset to sunrise. It was worth every little step to the summit ✨ It dipped to -8° just as the Winter Circle had fully risen, one of my favourite areas of the night sky. Felt close enough to the stars to touch them and even saw a monster meteor which I'm convinced I heard too 🌠☄️
My phone decided to pack it in so no IG for me this week but I'm back and I missed you guys! Can't wait to catch up with all your snowy adventures. I couldn't resist a wild camp under the stars ✨ My favourite conditions, been begging for a night like this for ages. Check my stories to see what I've been up to, it's been a crazy week 😅😄
When I saw a gap in the clouds on the western horizon I jumped in my car and headed for the western tip of Anglesey. I watched the sun dip below the horizon before overhearing an American tourist say to his partner, "come on, let's get outta here". I turned and told him if we waited 10 minutes he'd see one of the best sunsets of his life. Later I turned around to see the grin on his face. "Not bad Welshman, not bad at all." 😂😍
Just uploaded another Astro Vlog where I take the Sigma 14mm Art lens to the wondrous dark skies of the Elan Valley ✨ Link in my bio 🎥
If there's one thing I learnt from this image it's how many damn planes fly over the Alps at night! ✈️ Took me ages to clone them all out 😥 Talking of time, I don't have much of it for IG at the mo so just wanted to thank all you guys for the love and comments and I look forward to catching up with your adventures soon ✌️
So @sigmauk recently invited me to test out their 14mm f/1.8 Art lens and hopefully this image speaks for itself! Incredible lens breaking new ground and I'll be releasing a vlog and fill reviewing my YouTube channel next week ✨ Incredible sight watching the dams overflowing under the grace of the Milky Way...
Castell Coch in its autumnal dress. Don't understand why people don't build holiday homes like this anymore 🏰
The very aptly named Dito di Dio ('Finger of God'). Had a small disappointing shock to discover the lake had dried to nothing short of a big puddle after a dry summer but it was impossible to be disappointed by the view. One of the most awe inspiring and peaceful nights I've spent under the stars ✨