Monthly Archives: November 2011

A day out at Hartpury for Bo and Stan

It was an early start in the dark to take my horse, in a friend’s trailer, to Hartpury College in Gloucestershire for a bit of serious dressage.  It’s a lovely setting and this November’s warmth is keeping the leaves on … Continue reading

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Local Access Forum: encouraging better access to land and water

Last Friday was the Local Access Forum meeting in Ynysangharad Park, Pontypridd.  the Bowls Pavilion where we met is easily reached from behind M&S, using the footbridge to enter the park, then past the carved trees and (closed) famous outdoor … Continue reading

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New and old favourites, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

With such a great collection of art to view, the museum in Cardiff can be re-visited again and again. I don’t get there often enough, or for long enough. Gallery 1 has an exhibition of Joseph Beuys, which was ok.  … Continue reading

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Cwm Coking Works and Footpaths 29 & 8

If you like your autumn colours mixed through industrial wastelands and older farmland, this might be a place for you. The landscape around the derelict site of Cwm Coking Works in TyNant by Beddau will change, probably for housing, once … Continue reading

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Colours of November on Garth mountain

I took the camera to try and capture the subtle shades of the Garth mountain.  The ceramicist Sara Moorhouse has used the colours of the Garth mountain in her work.           In the photo over the … Continue reading

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