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Gathurst, as can be deduced from the name, is an old settlement. The name is Old English and probably means “wood where goats are kept”. Hyrst = wood. These are…

Blaengwynfi and Abergwynfi are two sides of the same valley in the South Wales coalfield. It is where one branch of my family originated. Over a hundred years…

This wooden sculpture depicts a father and son, coal miners, in South Wales. We had lots of coal mines in our area and although this sculpture is on the site of…

Coal was a massive industry in Wales. There is some evidence that there was some sort of mining even back in the 14th century however, it was during the…

We heat our house with coal. Fire was not at all my favorite subject to shoot. Here's how it went down. Me to husband: "let me know when you're ready to check…

While on a walk while visiting friends at their camp in old coal country, I came across this little...well? I love these finds.

This set focuses primarily on structure in the fog. Again, taken in Coal Harbour this morning. The fog was thick, the water was so still and peaceful with a…

These are some pictures from a coal powerplant with optimized technology in Neurath, which is close to Cologne. That powerplant is in the built. We just passed…

Two more mintutes before midnight… So techincally it's still Saturday, and this post is not too late… I just came back from a nice barbecue which would have…
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