Amy Davies has been running a personally funded project to document the amazing Cardiff Arcades. She has some great photographs on the site and the project provides a great insight into the shops that can be found in the arcades. Well worth a visit to the site and the arcades as well. Cardiff Arcades Project
Entries Tagged as 'cardiff'
August 4th, 2011
April 9th, 2011
Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the opening night of the new Oscars of Cardiff restaurant in Romilly Crescent in Pontcanna in Cardiff. They’ve taken over the premises previously occupied by Le Gallois. I’ve been to the original Oscars in Cowbridge several times and thoroughly enjoyed it. The food there is [...]
October 25th, 2010
Autumn is fully upon us in Cardiff Bay. These trees are alongside the Roath Basin next to the Atradius building, and show some great colours. Across the basin the new BBC studios are currently being built. When finished they’ll be used for Casualty, Doctor Who and Torchwood.
June 25th, 2010
This weekend Cardiff Bay is buzzing with visitors to the Cardiff Armed Forces Day with a large number of activities planned for the day on Saturday 26th June 2010. The day is focused around the Roald Dahl basin and the area in front of the Senedd in the Bay. There will be various displays, shows and static [...]
June 9th, 2010
I recently discovered Stuart Herbert’s Photo Diary. Stuart is an excellent amateur photographer who concentrates on landscapes and Post-Industrial South Wales. He’s currently documenting the Merthyr Road – the legacy of the industrialisation of the South Wales Valleys from Merthyr Tydfil to Cardiff Docks. Stuart is great at capturing the essence of the industrial South [...]
June 6th, 2010
We visited St Augustine’s Church in Penarth last week. The church is set high up on the headland between Cardiff Bay and the Bristol Channel. Its prominent position means that it’s clearly visible for miles around. I see the church almost every day but have never visited it before. It has stunning views back across [...]
May 27th, 2010
A walk across the Cardiff Bay Barrage is a great way to spend a few hours in Cardiff. If you’re in a car then access the barrage from the Penarth end where there’s a large carpark. If you’re on foot then either walk from the Cardiff Bay visitor centre near the Norwegian Church, or catch [...]