Prince of Golden Storm, a new artwork my AnnMarie – A golden horned Unicorn twinkles and crackles with the power of storms as golden sands blow all around him.
Criccieth Castle and part of the town, as seen across the sea on a sunny winter’s day. Castle construction began nearly 800 years ago in the 1230’s.
Flying Low – An Oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus) flies across Harlech beach, in search of more shellfish. Share List
Feeling Crabby, probably not as bad as this poor fellow once the seabirds had done with him. Remnants of a medium sized crab (possibly Spider Crab) at Harlech Nature Reserve beach. Share List
Morning light floods in to the forestry under the arches of Cwm Prysor Viaduct. Share List
Llyn Arenig Fawr in the winter golden hour. Reflections and warm glow on a frosty morning. Another view from this beautiful route. Share List
Mists & Mountains – South from Arenig Fawr towards Rhobell Fawr, plus distant Cadair Idris and Dyfi Forest. Follow the walk for this view, on my personal blog: https://www.annmariejones.me.uk/walking/scenic-route-arenig-fawr-2458 Share List
Rock-star – The sun rises above glacial boulders on the slopes of Arenig Fawr. Warm morning light and cold mountain air, the perfect walking companions.
After your long trek you are confronted by a proud Stallion guarding the entrance to the ruins … Starting 2019 in a way I love, bringing together several passions (art, horses, fantasy, learning). Share List
Orion’s Sword, an asterism ‘hanging’ off the hunter’s belt towards the centre of the Orion constellation. Identifiable by eye, detailed through binoculars and stunning with telescope / camera. Here are shown the the nebulae of the sword – the Running Man & the Orion Nebula (Messier 42 / 43). Note the dust & ionised gas […]
Nannau Hall on a golden December morning, mists hanging on the fields. Share List
Chaotic Beauty – A jungle on a twig – enter the amazing symbiotic world of lichen – 3 species living as one colony. (Algae / Cyanobacteria – Fungi – Yeasts) Share List