Here are some more drawings from my coastal sketchbook.
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales: a quaint, old-fashioned seaside town with a rugged, rocky shoreline, an ugly little pier, ancient castle ruins and a funicular railway with a Victorian camera obscura at the top.
There are just a handful of houses in the picturesque hamlet of Talywern, plus a chapel and a telephone box; down the road is the even smaller hamlet of Melinbyrhedyn. A few miles away is the market town of Machynlleth; to the north is the ruined Castell y Bere; and to the west is Aberdyfi.... Continue Reading →
The city of Bath is full of marvellous sites: the Roman Baths, the medieval abbey, Pulteney Bridge and Georgian streets, squares and crescents.