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I walked in Kingley Vale, people told me about them, nope, never saw one. I walked in Plean Country park, loads of others but .... nary a Bee. I've now lived in…

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Pistyll Rhaeadr is formed by the Afon Disgynfa falling, in three stages, over a 240-foot (73 m)Silurian cliff-face, below which the river is known as the Afon…

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Mumbles is a small coastal village near the city of Swansea in South Wales. It sits at the eastern edge of the Gower peninsular much of which forms the first…

So, this new camera. I was out with the dog a day or two ago and tried to grab a quick shot and, in trying to set the camera up quickly, I obviously changed…

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