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Why Brits should love where they live

Ok, so everyone moans. Some people moan a bit, some people moan a lot, some people spend their lives moaning and don’t even realise. You just get used to these moans. 579 more words

Travel via Art

Through the art I collect, I am able to travel the width and breadth of this country.  Art is able to take me to places I have been, to places I have not and at times to places that have never and will never exist.   327 more words

Watercolour Paintings

'Peace and Parsnips' is really taking off!!!!

We went up to the top of Tiger Hill and it turned into a full power ‘Peace and Parsnips’ fest, with various pictures of me goofing around with our brand new cookbook (out on May 7th!).   317 more words


Old and Forgotten.

I haven’t been around much lately, real life is a bitch sometimes.

Last month (seems a lifetime ago!) my wife, my camera, faithful hound and I had a weekend on… 89 more words


Kevin Nicholson: Geared To Coach

IT’S JUST AFTER LUNCHTIME WHEN WE FINALLY GET CHATTING, and Kevin Nicholson seems eager to get stuck in. Intelligent, assertive and approachable – three traits that have helped him become one of the top young minds in the modern British game – the 28-year-old manager knows what he wants, and his story so far proves he’s not far off achieving it. 1,961 more words


The far too delayed roundup! 

Just a quick round up of what’s been going on in the Shire. Big skies, hills, flowers and my lad in his flat cap. Perfick! 18 more words


Photography: Wales

Welsh Valley 

Panorama of Barmouth from the beach.

Barmouth beach with the hills in the distance.

Panorama of Cadair Idris

Cadair Idris

View from Plas Caerdeon