Taken on a freezing cold day a few winters ago, this pony grazes near Arthur’s Stone on Cefn Bryn, Wales.
Wild ponies on Cefn Bryn at the edge of the Gower Peninsular, Wales.
A graveyard in the Gower Peninsula. The shot was underexposed but I think it improves it – adds atmosphere.
Taken on a beach on the Gower Peninsula when every other photo I took that day was of the landscape. Then I turned around and saw the wind whipping up my friend’s hair, saw how her arms were crossed in a gesture which suggested she was cold, while the young man with us raised his camera in readiness to take a photograph and I pressed the shutter.
A tumbling twisted pile of rope and other material washed ashore on the beach at Llangennith. The is one picture from a roll of film I dismissed as ruined as somewhere along the way the negs got scratched so that stretches of sky wore narrow defacing wounds of black or white.