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Strumble Head Lighthouse is built on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael's Island), an islet to the west of Fishguard, separated from the mainland by a very narrow gap.<br//><br//>The station was built in 1908 by Trinity House for the greater safety of sea traffic between Ireland and Fishguard Harbour which is located behind cliffs and a breakwater three miles to the east. The new light also formed a link with the existing South Bishop light, 18 miles to the south-west. This stretch of coast is very dangerous, and some 60 vessels are known to have been lost along it in the 19th Century alone.
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
An old shot with the Nikon D2H
Fishguard
Fishguard
Lower Fishguard in Spring
Pembrokeshire under snow
Pembrokeshire under snow
Pembrokeshire under snow
Pembrokeshire under snow
Pembrokeshire under snow
Pembrokeshire under snow
Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.
Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.
Fishguard
Fishguard
St Govan's Chapel, Pembrokeshire. St. Govan's Day is March 26th. Further information at http://www.revjones.fsnet.co.uk/govan/govan.html
St Govan's Chapel, Pembrokeshire. St. Govan's Day is March 26th. Further information at http://www.revjones.fsnet.co.uk/govan/govan.html
Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.<br//><br//>This image shows the section of the house before it was converted to a greenhouse.
Strumble Head Lighthouse is built on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael's Island), an islet to the west of Fishguard, separated from the mainland by a very narrow gap.<br//><br//>The station was built in 1908 by Trinity House for the greater safety of sea traffic between Ireland and Fishguard Harbour which is located behind cliffs and a breakwater three miles to the east. The new light also formed a link with the existing South Bishop light, 18 miles to the south-west. This stretch of coast is very dangerous, and some 60 vessels are known to have been lost along it in the 19th Century alone.
Strumble Head Lighthouse is built on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael's Island), an islet to the west of Fishguard, separated from the mainland by a very narrow gap.<br//><br//>The station was built in 1908 by Trinity House for the greater safety of sea traffic between Ireland and Fishguard Harbour which is located behind cliffs and a breakwater three miles to the east. The new light also formed a link with the existing South Bishop light, 18 miles to the south-west. This stretch of coast is very dangerous, and some 60 vessels are known to have been lost along it in the 19th Century alone.
Strumble Head Lighthouse is built on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael's Island), an islet to the west of Fishguard, separated from the mainland by a very narrow gap.<br//><br//>The station was built in 1908 by Trinity House for the greater safety of sea traffic between Ireland and Fishguard Harbour which is located behind cliffs and a breakwater three miles to the east. The new light also formed a link with the existing South Bishop light, 18 miles to the south-west. This stretch of coast is very dangerous, and some 60 vessels are known to have been lost along it in the 19th Century alone.
Strumble Head Lighthouse is built on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael's Island), an islet to the west of Fishguard, separated from the mainland by a very narrow gap.<br//><br//>The station was built in 1908 by Trinity House for the greater safety of sea traffic between Ireland and Fishguard Harbour which is located behind cliffs and a breakwater three miles to the east. The new light also formed a link with the existing South Bishop light, 18 miles to the south-west. This stretch of coast is very dangerous, and some 60 vessels are known to have been lost along it in the 19th Century alone.
Looking over the Taf Estuary, Laugharne Castle was built in the 13th Century - probably replacing an earlier Norman ringwork castle - by the de Brian family and converted to a mansion by Sir John Perrot in the 16th Century.
Gower or the Gower Peninsula (Welsh: Gwyr or Penrhyn G?yr) is a peninsula in south Wales, projecting westwards into the Bristol Channel, and administratively part of the City and County of Swansea. In 1956 Gower became the first area in Britain to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Seat of the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court and the Prime Minisiter
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Bust of Christian IV inside Rosenberg Castle
Bust of Christian IV inside Rosenberg Castle
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Rosenborg Castle (Danish: Rosenborg Slot) is a renaissance castle located in Copenhagen built in the 17th century by Christian IV.
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Skuldelev 1 - Viking ocean-going trader
2004 Scandinavia Trip
The Viking Ship Museum Workshop
The Viking Ship Museum Workshop
Partially constructed Viking long boat, 2004
Partially constructed Viking long boat, 2004
The Viking Ship Museum Workshop
Skuldelev 1 - Viking ocean-going trader
Skuldelev 2 - Viking great longship
Skuldelev 5 - Viking small longship
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Skuldelev 5 - Viking small longship
Charlottenlund Palace is home to the Danish Fishery Survery
Charlottenlund Palace is home to the Danish Fishery Survery
Charlottenlund Palace is home to the Danish Fishery Survery
Rosenborg Castle (Danish: Rosenborg Slot) is a renaissance castle located in Copenhagen built in the 17th century by Christian IV.
The Danish National Gallery
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Botanical Garden & Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark<br//><br//>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Copenhagen_Botanical_Garden
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Botanical Garden & Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark<br//><br//>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Copenhagen_Botanical_Garden
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Built by Frederik V to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the House of Oldenborg, Amalienborg consists of four palaces built around a square. These are Moltkes Palace (Christian VII's palace), Schackske Palace (Christians IX's palace and residence of Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik), Levetzaus Palace (Christian VIII's palace) and Brockdorfske
Built by Frederik V to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the House of Oldenborg, Amalienborg consists of four palaces built around a square. These are Moltkes Palace (Christian VII's palace), Schackske Palace (Christians IX's palace and residence of Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik), Levetzaus Palace (Christian VIII's palace) and Brockdorfske
Built by Frederik V to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the House of Oldenborg, Amalienborg consists of four palaces built around a square. These are Moltkes Palace (Christian VII's palace), Schackske Palace (Christians IX's palace and residence of Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik), Levetzaus Palace (Christian VIII's palace) and Brockdorfske
Frederik's Church (Danish: Frederiks Kirke), popularly known as The Marble Church (Marmorkirken) for its architecture, is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located just west of Amalienborg Palace.
Built by Frederik V to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the House of Oldenborg, Amalienborg consists of four palaces built around a square. These are Moltkes Palace (Christian VII's palace), Schackske Palace (Christians IX's palace and residence of Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik), Levetzaus Palace (Christian VIII's palace) and Brockdorfske
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Kronborg Castle in Helsingor, Denmark was built from 1574-1585 and is the castle on which "Elsinore" in Hamlet is set.
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Svinesund Bridge part way through completion in 2004. Built to span the Svinesund sound seperating Stromstad in Sweden and Halden in Norway
2004 Scandinavia Trip
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century. During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of the most recognisable examples of 14th century military architecture. It was used as a stronghold until the early 17th century, when it was granted to Sir Fulke Greville by James I in 1604. Sir Fulke Greville converted it to a country house. It was owned by the Greville family, who became earls of Warwick in 1759, until 1978 when it was bought by the Tussauds Group.<br//><br//>From Wikipedia ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warwick_Castle]).
Derelict brick works at Porthgain
Derelict brick works at Porthgain
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Slate quarry at Porthgain
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov - Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Sedov Tall Ship at Milford Haven
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Another oldy from the Nikon D70
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
Porthgain OS: SM 81515 32489
External south view of the cathedral
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral, Interior Views, Stained Glass Window
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral, Interior Views, Stained Glass Window
St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral, Interior Views, Stained Glass Window. There are 2 very similar shots in this set, taken over 5 years with a Nikon D2H and D700. Put up for comparison....
St Davids Cathedral Stained Glass Window. There are 3 very similar shots in this set, taken over 5 years with a Nikon D2H, D300 and D700. Put up for comparison....
St Davids Cathedral, Interior Views, Stained Glass Window
St Davids Cathedral
Llys-y-fran
Llys-y-fran
Llys-y-fran