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Steve Purnell | Fractal Splash 2

Fractal Splash 2

A unique fractal design created using an app on my iPhone. An abstract computer generated fractal design. A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales.
Steve Purnell | Fractal Splash 1

Fractal Splash 1

A unique fractal design created using an app on my iPhone. An abstract computer generated fractal design. A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales.
Steve Purnell | Fractal Spray

Fractal Spray

A unique fractal design created using an app on my iPhone. An abstract computer generated fractal design. A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales.
Steve Purnell | Cardiff Bay Panorama

Cardiff Bay Panorama

Cardiff Bay played a major part in the development and success of Cardiff as an exporter of coal to power the industrial age. Tiger Bay is historically one of the first multicultural ports in Great Britain and the community comes from up to 45 different nationalities. The docks were regenerated in 1999 by the creation of the Cardiff Bay Barrage
Steve Purnell | Dramatic Barry Island Monochrome

Dramatic Barry Island Monochrome

Barry Island (Welsh: Ynys y Barri) is a district, peninsula and seaside resort, forming part of the town of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. It is named after the 6th century Saint Baruc. Barry's stretch of coast, on the Bristol Channel, has the world's second highest tidal range of 15 metres (49 ft), second only to Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada. The peninsula was an island until the 1880s when it was linked to the mainland as the town of Barry expanded. This was partly due to the opening of Barry Docks by the Barry Railway Company. Established by David Davies, the docks now link up the gap which used to form Barry Island. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)
Steve Purnell | Dramatic Barry Island

Dramatic Barry Island

Barry Island (Welsh: Ynys y Barri) is a district, peninsula and seaside resort, forming part of the town of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. It is named after the 6th century Saint Baruc. Barry's stretch of coast, on the Bristol Channel, has the world's second highest tidal range of 15 metres (49 ft), second only to Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada. The peninsula was an island until the 1880s when it was linked to the mainland as the town of Barry expanded. This was partly due to the opening of Barry Docks by the Barry Railway Company. Established by David Davies, the docks now link up the gap which used to form Barry Island. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)
Steve Purnell | Chartist Man Blackwood 1

Chartist Man Blackwood 1

Chartist Man is a 26 foot tall statue standing at the end of the Chartist Bridge in Blackwood, Gwent. Built by Sebastien Boyesen the sculpture is made from thousands of steel rings creating a mesh like figure and symbolises the Chartist principle of binding together and strength in unity. In 1839, 22 chartists lost their lives protesting for basic rights outside the Westgate Hotel in Newport and this figure represents a protester striding towards Newport.
Steve Purnell | Chartist Man Blackwood 2

Chartist Man Blackwood 2

Chartist Man is a 26 foot tall statue standing at the end of the Chartist Bridge in Blackwood, Gwent. Built by Sebastien Boyesen the sculpture is made from thousands of steel rings creating a mesh like figure and symbolises the Chartist principle of binding together and strength in unity. In 1839, 22 chartists lost their lives protesting for basic rights outside the Westgate Hotel in Newport and this figure represents a protester striding towards Newport.
Steve Purnell | Taking A Break

Taking A Break

A cyclist takes a break in his journey. This image, taken in the Cardiff Bay Wetlands area has been given a finger painting treatment.