Just Picture It - Wales!

A list of sites featuring photos of Wales

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Menai Bridge Images of Anglesey This beautiful collection of photos by Warren Kovach is part of a site dedicated to Anglesey. $

Penarth pier Images of Penarth: Penarth photographer, Ben Salter, has posted several of his beautifully artistic photos. He has several galleries of photos to choose from, and an option for purchasing. $

Ebbw Vale Images of Wales: John Ball says: "This webpage archive includes almost every webpage featured on Images of Wales since it began in November 1997. Entries are listed alphabetically under the name of each pre-1974 county or geographical area. The "Date" column indicates the date on which each the webpage was first displayed on my website."

Carreg Sampson In Pictures: Your Wales: This section of the BBC website features photos of Wales submitted by various individuals. Each set is featured for one week. An archive link allows view of past features.

Beach Hut Light Capture: Mari Sterling is an excellent photographer who really knows how to use light to her advantage. Here she shares photos of the Welsh landscape, mostly in color, but also some in black and white. $

Ty Mawr Llan The Llangynfelyn Gallery: This is the photo page from a site dedicated to the history of Llangynfelyn Parish, Cardiganshire, including the villages of Taliesin and Tre'rddol. You'll find photos of "then" as well as "now."

Dun Lligwy Lluniau O Gymru / Pictures Of Wales: Part of the Welsh Studies Institute in North America, Inc. site, this page is a list of links to miscellaneous photos covering much of Wales.

Cardiff Past, Present, Future Merthyr Road: Part of Stuart Herbert's collections on "flickr™," here you will find hundreds of excellent photos exploring the journey between Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil, both modern and historic.

Hay on Wye My Views of Wales: My own photos of south and west Wales taken between 1999 and 2004.

St. Brynach, Nevern Neath, Glamorgan - Images and History: These pages give some Images and Historical information relating to the author's home town. Much of this he has researched as background information to his own study of Family History and will give useful information to others researching ancestors in the Neath area.

Handpost Hotel Newport Past: Excellent resources for anyone researching this area. The site not only contains a gallery of images but also has links to old newspapers, a chronicle and a history.

Townhall 1908 Old Hay, An Old Market Town in Pictures and Print: Hay (since 1946 known as Hay-on-Wye) is a true marcher town. being right on the border between England and Wales. This border is marked by the Dulas brook, which flows into the river Wye to the east of the town. The main part of the town is in the Welsh County of Powys. The town's name in Welsh is Y Gelli (The Grove). Throughout its thousand-year history Hay has undergone many transformations. These photographs and prints covering at least one hundred and fifty years, gives an idea of life in this small market town in a past age.

Townhall 1908 Old Photographs of Bridgend: Mike, the creator of the site, says: "This web-site was set up in February 2003 to enable me to share with you a large collection of photographs of the Bridgend area. On this site you will find pictures and information on a variety of subjects relating to the pictorial history of Bridgend and its surrounding towns and villages." There are thousands of great images to browse through.

Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire Old UK Photos: This is a new non commercial website, launched in July 2006. The idea is to display old photographs of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The majority of the photographs date from the 1890's and 1900's. Most topographical photographs in those days were taken by photographers working for postcard companies, so many of the images are scanned from old postcards.

Duggans at Builth Wells Percy Benzie Abery (1877-1948): P B Abery originated from Folkestone, in Kent. He came to live in Builth Wells in 1898. When he was only 21 he bought a small photography business, and in 1911 he moved to larger premises, the West End Studio, where he remained until his death in 1948. During the summer, P B Abery would make his living by taking photographs of the people who came to visit the Wells, and enjoyed nothing better than roaming the countryside taking photographs of views and rural life around Breconshire, Radnorshire and the Border Counties.

Llangar Church Photos of Wales by Keith Evans: Keith is a very talented photographer who lives in Llangollen. He has posted thounsans of his excellent photos on this website, everything from local wildlife to ancient ruins. They are organized in albums. Clicking on a particular photo on the homepage will open a collection of additional photos of the same place or topic. $

Craig y Nos Castle Powys Digital History Project: Welcome to the Powys Digital History Project. The local history of communities in the heart of Wales from archive documents, photographs, and early maps. The schools section is the most recent part of our extensive local history website to to be placed online.

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You may send any comments and suggestions of other sites to Venita. Many thanks!


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