All posts tagged: Wales

18/52 Parkrun

Earlier this year I decided to start the Couch to 5K (C25K) running programme.   At the beginning of April I ran my first 5km with a group of other C25Kers.  I’m now running three times a week, but I can’t quite bring myself to […]

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11/52 – Soaring

We’re lucky enough to have a pair of red kites nesting near our home.  Once in decline, their numbers are now on the increase thanks to conservation efforts.  According to the RSPB, “there are probably around 1,800 breeding pairs in Britain (about 7 per cent […]

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9/52 Birdlife

On my regular lunchtime amble around the park near my office, I often spot wildlife busying about at the river’s edge, along the canal, in wooded areas or on the open grassland. Within 5 minutes of the city centre you can be strolling through woodland, […]

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8/52 Spring

Week eight and the first week I shot photos in a panic, and I think my photos reflect the rush. It’s been a hot, hot February – the hottest since records began – which to me, is a sorry indicator of our changing climes.  It […]

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4/52 – Sunrise on a school day

At this time of year, I don’t normally have the opportunity to see the sun rise.  I go to work in the dark and come home in the dark. By the time the sun creeps over the horizon, I’ve just finished a 75 minute commute […]

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