Rhayader and Cemaes Bay walks
Photos taken on location during the Rhayader and Cemaes Bay walks.
Bridge over the River Wye
Rhyader or Rhaeadr Gwy means Waterfall on the Wye and is the first town on the River Wye.
Filming during a downpour
Even the weatherman gets it wrong sometimes but the show must go on.
Maen Serth standing stone
This large Bronze Age standing stone has served as a way-marker for 1000s of years.
Wonderful views down the valley
Patchwork fields down in the valley below.
The Charles Henry Ashley lifeboat
Inside Cemaes harbour is the fully restored Charles Henry Ashley lifeboat, 1907 - 1932.
The Anglesey Coast Path
The rugged north coast of Anglesey has plenty of amazing sea views, wildlife and geology.
Legend has it that a shipwrecked Saint Patrick swam ashore and later built the church.
Islamic tiling in a Christian church
Inside Llanbadrig Church, are some ornate, blue Islamic tiling around the altar.
Heavy winding gear used to lower Quartzite from the quarries above down to the brickworks.
This gallery is from
3/4 Derek takes walks in rural Radnorshire and along the clifftops of north Anglesey.
First broadcast: 07 Jan 2013
Weatherman Derek Brockway continues his journey walking around the Welsh landscape.