David Nurse's posts from April 2020

In the UK it is very common we see a dedication of a loved one remembered with the donation of a bench in a favoured public spot. I don't know if this is…

An interesting concept this old building. As you can see, all you can see is only a small part of the building and I suspect the garage alongside it. It was…

Brighton is a popular seaside resort in the south-east of England being a little less than 50 miles from the capital London. It was the Prince Regent, later…

Yup it's just a link, or should it be a pair of links? There were only two! History:- The sculpture recalls the sailing of the First Fleet of settlers from …

This is an image I took some time ago on a beach. It was a pool that had been left when the tide receded. It is a beach that I used to walk on regularly and I…

Abergavenny is a market town in Monmouthshire, Wales. It is was promoted as "The Gateway to Wales" as it is not only quite near to the border with our…

It was a lovely clear January day on the way back from a long walk to the beach, I stopped at this freshwater pool, I have visited many times. I could see…

Some images from a coast walk that I had last summer. It was a sunny but quite cool evening in May when I came across this driftwood. It was obvious that…

A shot of the fishing boat "Billy Joe" in Porthcawl Harbour. Taken only last summer but feels like a long time ago.

Another in the series Nature Taking Back. This time a wall! Well, it looks like a wall of some type but the square holes in the wall must have had some use even…

Many ancient monuments have the name "Arthur's Stone, but this dolmen situated in the centre of the Gower peninsula in South Wales is mounted on top of what is…

Wales has many castles most of which are in ruin. This year I was hoping to visit many of these castles but the Covid19 lockdown this year may well mean that…

Dylan Marlais Thomas was a Welsh poet and writer. He was born in the Uplands area of Swansea on 27th October 1914 and died on 9th November 1953 in Saint Vincent…

Lots of us are in lockdown at the moment so it is difficult for us to get out for our normal routine. I decided that this would be a great time to go back…

Out for a walk at the start of the year. It was a frosty morning and I took plenty of shots. I thought I would share these with you. The first is the walkway…

Although I have placed this image in my tree catogary, as you can see it is obviously not a tree. I was out for a walk in early January and the wind was cold…
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