33 posts about Photos on this blog
Tuesday 13 September 2011, 14:49
A selection of photos from the leftovers of Hurricane Katia as it battered into Wales on Monday.
Tuesday 15 March 2011, 10:24
Everywhere we look now, we're seeing signs that winter is giving up it's grip (apologies if you've had snow up north recently) and that spring is taking hold.
The plants and wildlife on the ground are feeling it too, as adders come out of hibernation to bask in the sun, tadpoles are wriggling in the...
Wednesday 9 February 2011, 12:10
Our BBC Wales Nature & Outdoors Flickr group are always out there, snapping away and taking amazing pictures from around Wales but it's not all seagulls and squirrels.
We also get some terrific landscape shots, castles, mountains and rivers submitted...you name - we probably have it!
So, I've put...
Tuesday 21 December 2010, 10:19
Well, it looks as if we've seen the worst of the snow for the time being but we could be in for a little bit more on Wednesday.
Aside from all the chaos the snow causes; it also dramatically alters the landscape - transforming the mundane into something very dramatic.
I found myself getting repeatedly...
Monday 29 November 2010, 10:06
Well, despite the chaos on the roads on Friday night - we all managed to survive the snow blizzards...just!
It felt like a scene from 'The Day After Tomorrow' with everyone panicking, schools closing, cars sliding off the roads, traffic jams and planes crash landing into mountain tops.
Imagine if we...
Tuesday 16 November 2010, 14:06
Yesterday conditions were perfect for a few waterspouts to form around the coast of Wales.
One was filmed by a 203 Squadron Sea King, based at RAF Valley as it carried out a training exercise off South Stack lighthouse on the island of Anglesey.
The crew had spotted another waterspout 40 minutes...
Monday 15 November 2010, 14:48
Glory, Glory, Hallelujah!
Recently Huw Beynon from Llandeilo encountered a weather phenomenon he had never witnessed before and managed to capture it with his camera.
This ghost-like image is caused by a unique combination of atmospheric effects which give rise to an illusion called a Glory or Brocken...
Monday 25 October 2010, 13:13
I've been away on holiday, surfing in Donegal, Ireland but the Flickr group has continued to flourish in my absence.
Here are a few pics which have caught my eye since I've been back.
For those of you visiting the coast - it's pupping season for grey seals at the moment so tread carefully and you might...
Tuesday 19 October 2010, 14:25
Ian and Sandra have contacted Derek Brockway this week with a very peculiar photograph.
They say, "Can you or anyone explain the pictures we saw on this sandy beach at Skrinkle Bay on the Haven Coastal Path, near Tenby?
"We saw it on holiday on...
Monday 27 September 2010, 11:58
Forget Santa - it's far too early to be talking about **** and I've promised myself I won't mention that particular word until at least December.
So what else comes from Lapland I hear you cry?
Well... the answer is - the Lapland bunting of course!
This little chap was recently been spotted at Kenfig...
Tuesday 14 September 2010, 18:06
Simon Rolfe took these strange cloud pictures in the skies over Sychdyn in Flintshire recently and e-mailed me to find out more.
If you spot any unusual cloud or weather formations in the sky, please...
Monday 23 August 2010, 15:00Newport Wetlands Centre entitled - Photo Fantastic at the Wetlands Exhibition. The exhibition showcases the last decade in the reserves' history.
Wednesday 21 July 2010, 15:02
To celebrate Newport hosting the 2010 Ryder Cup more than 100 fibreglass super dragons will create a trail in and around the city until 17 October.See if you can spot my personal favourite - the zebra dragon.
Wednesday 21 July 2010, 12:49November floods of 2009?
Tuesday 20 July 2010, 13:04
Monday 19 July 2010, 13:37
Monday 5 July 2010, 16:30Carmarthenshire Heritage Regeneration Trust have recently been running a project entitled 'Learning From The Landscape - Understanding Through Involvement' in the Llanelli area for children from the learning support units of Coedcae Comprehensive and Maes Y Morfa Community Primary School.
Thursday 24 June 2010, 16:29
Angelika Monks was walking through the sand dunes at Aberffraw, on Anglesey recently and took this picture, capturing the four stages of becoming a six-spot burnet moth.
All this on one clump of marram grass:
Wednesday 23 June 2010, 11:13
Tuesday 8 June 2010, 12:17
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