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BELFAST MURALS

At last I have been trawling through some of my older files seeking some inspiration. Back in 2005 Don and I visited Belfast to attend the Celtic Challenge competition. On the Sunday morning we were taken into the City centre for a walking tour of some of the safer areas to see the murals. We found them very sobering, but impressive.




Goleudy Church Easter Retreat 2016

These are a part of a project of coverage over an 18 month period of an evangelical church based in Criccieth, Gwynedd. I was asked to take pictures of them at their events and these are a few from the Annual Easter Retreat on the Llyn Peninsula. I hope you like them.



Sharon Prenton Jones

Having been in lock down for weeks it was great to get out with my camera recently. Here are a few images from an afternoon spent with a friend and her stallion.
1-6 are what I call portraiture and 7-11 are composite fun.










Matt Morrow

Chester Polo

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Christine Langford

Limestone Country


Over the years I have spent many short breaks in North Yorkshire,
    walking the Dales with friends.
    Encouraged by other members' galleries I have searched
    through my images to show some from this attractive area.




Gwladys Roberts

Transformer Journey

This is the last part of a journey of a 180 tonne transformer that has come from Croatia and arrived on Black Rock beach by barge on its way to the Power Station at Trawsfynydd.
Metal tracking was laid right up to the barge to enable the Mammouth tractor unit to reverse right into the barge to attach it to the trailer unit. Time was crucial as the tide was on the turn, and the tracking had to be picked up straight away following the exit of the transformer. It was then transported by the truck, with police escort going through the high street of Porthmadog, on its way to the power station.
There were lots of onlookers, both on the beach and as it weaved its way over the crossroads on to the high street and beyond.