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 'photography'
August 4th, 2011
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 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 [...]
March 31st, 2009
The daffodil is the national flower of Wales. This is a great shot of one in our garden with the sunlight streaming through it. The roadside verges, gardens and parks throughout Wales are full of daffodils at this time of year. A great Welsh sight!
March 30th, 2009
So some strange goings on in Cardiff Bay as revealed by Google Street View. Street View has provoked some controversy and some interesting comments over privacy issues but at the end of the day it doesn’t actually show anything that isn’t publicly available to someone walking down the street on the day that the photos [...]
January 19th, 2009
I took this picture down in Langland Bay last summer. It’s a favourite spot for surfers in the Gower and the wind was really strong on this day so the surf was up. I got some good action shots using a long lens. This guy was quite a way out and I took the picture [...]
December 9th, 2008
Last weekend we went to the Wales GB rally. It was a brilliant day for it as the two photos show. It was cold (- 3°C) but without any clouds at all, so it was gloriously sunny.