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South Wales

James Brunker | Welsh Flag Flying Above the Rhondda Valley Wales

Welsh Flag Flying Above the Rhondda Valley Wales

The Welsh flag flying on a hilltop above the Rhondda Valley in South Wales, with a light snowfall in the foreground. The soft sunlight on a late winter's afternoon really brings out the colours and textures of the bracken and grass on the hillsides. The oldest recorded use of the dragon (in Welsh: Y Ddraig Goch "the red dragon") to symbolise Wales dates to around AD 829. This image is also available in portrait and square (ideal for coasters) formats, please message if you are interested!
James Brunker | Wyndham Former Coal Mining Village South Wales

Wyndham Former Coal Mining Village South Wales

A view of the village of Wyndham beneath snowy hills in the upper Ogmore Valley in South Wales. The village owes its existance to coal, as do the majority in the valleys of the South Wales coal belt. From the mid 19th century up until the 1980s the South Welsh valleys were one of the most important industrial areas of the UK and coal mining the main employer. The Wyndham colliery shut in 1983, the last to do so in the Ogmore Valley. Images with closer crops of the village and no sky are available, please get in touch if interested in seeing more!
James Brunker | Sunset Stroll at Dunraven Bay South Wales

Sunset Stroll at Dunraven Bay South Wales

Enjoying a stroll on the beach at Dunraven Bay (Bae Dwnrhefn in Welsh) in South Wales at sunset. Also known as Southerndown Bay, the area is part of the beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coast and is noted for its dramatic limestone rock formations. The tidal ranges in the Bristol Channel are among the highest in the world (around 13m / 43ft), leaving vast, exposed expanses of beach at low tide.
James Brunker | Walking the Dog at Dunraven Bay South Wales

Walking the Dog at Dunraven Bay South Wales

Enjoying a walk with the dog on the beach at Dunraven Bay (Bae Dwnrhefn in Welsh) in South Wales at sunset. Also known as Southerndown Bay, the area is part of the beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coast and is noted for its dramatic limestone rock formations. The tidal ranges in the Bristol Channel are among the highest in the world (around 13m / 43ft), leaving vast, exposed expanses of beach at low tide.
James Brunker | Winter Sunset at Southerndown Bay South Wales

Winter Sunset at Southerndown Bay South Wales

A winter sunset over the Bristol Channel seen from the beach at Southerndown Bay in South Wales. Also known as Dunraven Bay (Bae Dwnrhefn in Welsh), the area is part of the beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coast and is noted for its dramatic limestone rock formations. The tidal ranges in the Bristol Channel are among the highest in the world (around 13m / 43ft), leaving vast, exposed expanses of beach at low tide.
James Brunker | Winter Oak Tree in Upper Ogmore Valley South Wales

Winter Oak Tree in Upper Ogmore Valley South Wales

A gorgeous sunny morning in the hills of South Wales as the clouds clear away after an overnight snowfall. The snow on the fields is just starting to melt in the morning sun while it remains on the higher hills and fells. Trees in winter in Britain have the most amazing shapes and textures, this one is a oak that has been shaped by the strong winds that often blow across the hills.
James Brunker | Wyndham Village Mid Glamorgan South Wales

Wyndham Village Mid Glamorgan South Wales

A view of the village of Wyndham beneath snowy hills in the upper Ogmore Valley in South Wales. The village owes its existance to coal, as do the majority in the valleys of the South Wales coal belt. From the mid 19th century up until the 1980s the South Welsh valleys were one of the most important industrial areas of the UK and coal mining the main employer. The Wyndham colliery shut in 1983, the last to do so in the Ogmore Valley. Images with closer crops of the village and no sky are available, please get in touch if interested in seeing more!
James Brunker | Southerndown Bay in Black and White South Wales

Southerndown Bay in Black and White South Wales

A black and white shot of patterns on the beach at Southerndown Bay in South Wales at sunset. Also known as Dunraven Bay (Bae Dwnrhefn in Welsh), the area is part of the beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coast and is noted for its dramatic limestone rock formations. The tidal ranges in the Bristol Channel are among the highest in the world (around 13m / 43ft), leaving vast, exposed expanses of beach at low tide.
James Brunker | Winter Oak Tree in Monochrome South Wales

Winter Oak Tree in Monochrome South Wales

A gorgeous sunny morning in the hills of South Wales as the clouds clear away after an overnight snowfall. The snow on the fields is just starting to melt in the morning sun while it remains on the higher hills and fells. Trees in winter in Britain have the most amazing shapes and textures, this one is a oak that has been shaped by the strong winds that often blow across the hills.
James Brunker | Winter Oak Tree in Black and White South Wales

Winter Oak Tree in Black and White South Wales

A gorgeous sunny morning in the hills of South Wales as the clouds clear away after an overnight snowfall in black and white. The snow on the fields is just starting to melt in the morning sun while it remains on the higher hills and fells. Trees in winter in Britain have the most amazing shapes and textures, this one is a oak that has been shaped by the strong winds that often blow across the hills.