Fillet of salmon, with vegetables and roast spuds. Admittedly, I left the spuds, but I devoured the rest 🤤😍
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I've posted a square crop of this before because it fits better with the Instagram crop however I always intended it to be a 16x9 so here it is. It brings in an additional tree on the left and while the square crop worked this gives everything more room to breathe.
As we're busy planning this years event in June, it's nice to look back through some of the awesome pics from last year! Here, with warm evening light on Snowdon as a backdrop, UTS 50 champion @the_running_chiro arrives at the finish after a tough day out!... 📸: @andy_milton6#UTS50#UltraTrailSnowdonia
Massive thanks to the guys at @ovmro_official who welcomed us to their HQ at the base of Mt. Tryfan a couple of a weeks ago.
We selected Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation as our charity of choice when we did our @brickbreweryse15 Three Peaks collab Summit Fever last year. We were able to hand over in excess of £1500 last month so thank you to everyone who bought or drank that beer!
The volunteers at OVMRO do an amazing job keeping the visitors to the Ogwen Valley safe each year and it was incredible to see how professional and committed they are.
We're lucky in North Wales to have world class scenery and outdoor pursuits. Please be careful, go prepared and respect your surroundings. The mountain rescue teams are very nice but you want to avoid seeing them where possible!
I wasn’t the only one enjoying the scenery that day! 🐑 This flock of sheep decided they wanted to admire the views also. Who can blame them!
This was definitely a case of the right place at the right time, albeit slightly terrifying. I was crouched down in the heathers, practically hidden, and distracted taking photos. Only to turn around and see this massive flock of sheep hurting towards me down the mountain followed by two border collies.
I practically bolted out of the direction of these sheep to a slightly safer and more visible location before taking a few pictures to remember the whole experience. 1/10 would not recommend being in the path of sheep running down a mountain! 🤭
THROUGH THE RED WINDOW | Capel Bathafarn | Market Street | Ruthin
I never know whether to say anything about the images I post or not.
They do say a picture is worth 1000 words, but a little context can sometimes be helpful.
I got married in this chapel 48 years ago and my wife still attends services occasionally.
The congregation has dwindled and although the building hasn’t significantly deteriorated, to me it feels like a place which is coming to the end of its useful life … something that will happen to all of us eventually.
People often seem resistant to change and use all sorts of justifications for maintaining the status quo, but change is inevitable and we ought to at least acknowledge the possibility despite our fear of the unknown.
I’m sure all that has made this photo much easier to understand. 😊
Remember when we all had a bit of a tan and shorts were an every day staple? I’ve been editing a vlog from a weekend I had in North Wales back in July. And with no thanks to my Craig David fan of a next door neighbour blaring his tunes last night whilst I was trying to do a voiceover... I’ve finished editing it. Not sure if it’s weird to post a summer vlog now, but I am, 6pm tonight on my YouTube channel 🙏🏻
I had just over 48 hours of adventures that weekend... went from the Rhinogs, to Black rock sands where you can drive on the beach, to the glyders where I met up with @grant_hyatt and @googleygaz who were camped on a ledge at sunset, to Anglesey where I met @tomwatphoto for the first time (but he didn’t make the video 😂), and then finally to Tryfan’s north face. What a 48 hours!!...
Chuck your flip flops on, have a pina colada, and get in the mood when you watch it... I’m now well in the summer excitement zone and have been finalising plans for my Scottish challenge this summer. I’m hoping this video might help encourage more staycationing in the UK... this place really is beautiful and you don’t always need to jet off afar to find a shiny adventure 😊☀️ Anyone planning a staycation this year? I can recommend Wales 😁
I never really understood the loyalty my husband had to North Wales until we moved here. We've been here a few years now, and I'm one of the most annoyingly patriotic people you'll come across.
Where we live, we're surrounded by countryside and beautiful hills and country parks. Since Bee has been walking, and when the weather permits it (I cannot drive in snow for the life of me 😩), we have spent a huge portion of our time exploring the beautiful outdoors around us.
My go to place tends to be Loggerheads Country Park; it's about a ten minute drive away and has a small loop perfect for Bee's little legs. In summer when the water level isn't so high, we go splashing in the streams. In the winter, we find the biggest puddles to splash in and collect stones and sticks to throw in them.
The more time we spend outside, the happier we both are. Bee has really forced me to make some huge changes in my lifestyle, because she hates being stuck inside. So we live life the way she wants to, and tend to be totally Bee-led in all of our activities 💕
Coffee is always an important part of a road trip. Making the coffee is a good start but it’s where you drink the coffee that’s important. A coffee with a view is always the best tasting coffee! ☕️💥Swipe right to see the landscape version!