One of my favourite walks in Heol Lathog, Bryncethin, near Bridgend. The walk known as the Ridgeway walk is a little hidden gem and not easily stumbled upon. The trees arching over the path makes for a very picturesque and inviting walk, the atmosphere of the scene changes with the season's of the year. I captured this image on a frosty spring morning.
Llyn Brianne is a man-made reservoir in the headwaters of the River Towy in central Wales, it is a beautiful place and well worth a visit. I captured this image in Spring, I love the tranquility of the water and the serenity of the scene.
I waited over a year for the right weather conditions to photograph this giant wave. I love the delicate colour of the sky reflection on the waves and contrasting with the turbulence of the stormy sea. Myself and camera took a real soaking whilst taking this image but it was well worth it!
I was walking our dog Bruce over Coity Common with my husband when we cam across this Idyllic scene of ponies relaxing in the summer sunshine. I managed to get close enough to them to photograph them before they noticed me and moved on.
I was out walking along the old railway line in Bryncethin when I spotted this ewe in the distance. The branches framing her and the sun light behind her gave the scene a fairly tale atmosphere. Fortunately I had my zoom lens with and managed to capture the image before she left the scene.
Storm Doris and high tides resulted in some giant waves crashing down on the lighthouse in Porthcawl. I particularly love the stormy atmosphere in this photo with the wave raining down on the lighthouse from behind the pier as well as the mega wave poised to crash on it.