- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 7.9mm
- ISO: 64
The main range of Cardiff Castle with the Millennium Stadium looming in the background.
The remaining shell of Cardiff Castle’s Norman Keep. This was built on top of the remains of a Roman fort, there’s nothing like a bit of recycling!
The sun begins to set on Weston’s Grand Pier, as we enjoy a fish and chips on the sea-front. Luckily we got there to see the original pavilion, just a year later it was destroyed by fire.
Wookey Hole’s scale model of King Kong, King of the Apes. He comes in at somewhere over 10m, tall enough for a quick photo opportunity.
The Witch’s Kitchen deep inside Wookey Hole.
The Clifton Observatory was originally built as as a windmill.
The Clifton Observatory, The Giant’s Cave and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. The Giant’s Cave, or Ghyston’s Cave, is about three-quarters of the way up the gorge face. Before the tunnel from the Observatory opened in 1837 it was a long climb in either up or down.
The Clifton Suspension Bridge was always something that we looked out for on day trips to Weston-Super-Mare by rail. If we were lucky we would see if lit up on the way home.