David Allen's River Dee Posts

At the Mouth of the River Dee is an old lighthouse on the Welsh side of the River. On an outing to the river in 2008 I made many photos of detail of the…

Sunset at the point of Ayr North Wales. This was taken on a camera club outing in 2016. The old lighthouse has a dramatic lean and is probably photographed more…

Today on a cool early winters day I resumed making the series of pictures of the River Dee and its bridges. The afternoon started with a cup of tea and a…

Autumn is starting to come to the banks of the River Dee. I returned to Berwyn the point on the river where it squeezes through a narrow gorge which it shares…

Today is the day I would normally go to add to the sequence of pictures about the River Dee and it's bridges. By the afternoon flat grey clouds had covered the…

This was another trip in the sequence to photograph the River Dee. This time the main focus is not a bridge but the weir that was built across the river…

Another set of pictures to add to the Dee bridges series. This time of the bridge at Carrog. This is yet another of the historic bridges across the Dee and…

The second set is another of the Dee Bridges series. This 18th century bridge is the one that carries the A5 over the Dee at Corwen. One is unaware that you are…

This evening I have been as far as I can without trespassing to record the bridges on the River Dee. The Avon Dyfrdwy rises on the hill sides to the West of…

To the West of Llyn Tegid the River Dee keeps its Welsh name of Afon Dyfdrwy. It has become one of several rivers feeding in to the Lake. The old part of the…

Another visit to the beautiful upper part of the Dee valley. This time the bridge is the one at Llandderfel a village about four miles from Bala. This is…

This is another blog post in the River Dee and its bridges series. On another glorious day I visited this bridge and the ruins of the railway bridge across the…

Not to be confused with the famous bridge with the same name in Pennsylvania. Today another of the Dee bridges. The fine stone bridge at Cynwyd, I needed to…

A visit to take pictures in the next of the series on the Dee and its bridges. The weir at Chester is alongside the old bridge. Amongst the various gulls there…

Today in rather poor light I drove out to Bala to add to the collection of bridges over the River Dee. The river is formed from the confluence of the outflow of…

Today I drove out to Corwen for the next in the Dee bridges series. On the way there a large bird that had been feeding on road kill flew up in front of me. It…

This afternoon I set out for Bala with the intention of photographing at and around the bridge at the point the Dee leaves Llyn Tegid. As I approached Bala the…

Today I returned to the bridges across the River Dee theme. The Grosvenor Bridge at Chester carries the main road from the South in to the city. This set of…

However today I decided to add to the Dee bridges series of photos. This one is much harder than I expected as there is no clear view of the bridge as the banks…

Today as part of the Dee project I visited Saltney Ferry for the first time ever. This was known as the Higher Ferry to distinguish it from The Lower Ferry at…
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