Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Architecture for all.

Following on from my previous ramblings concerning our visit to South Wales, I always try to take photographs of anything that takes my fancy. I particularly like buildings (see previous post), trees, colours and texture. Below are a few of my photos that I would like to share with you.
Plenty of colour. Cottages at The Mumbles.

The spire cought my eye. A lovely house in The Mumbles.

The pier at The Mumbles.

I loved the intricate ironwork on the pier.

Bathing huts overlooking the beach at Langland.

Much more traditional. The picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House at Margam Country Park.

Part of the 12th century Chapter House at Margham Country Park.

5 comments:

Mari said...

Greetings from Finland.
I like your photos

Wissy said...

Thank you for looking at my blog and your kind comments Mari.

maigi said...

The Mumbles seems to be a really great place. Full of photo opportunities. Nice pics!

The Ancient Digger said...

Wow, the Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House at Margam Country Park is amazing. I can't wait to go to school over there so I can see and experience all of the history.

Wissy said...

Maigi.Thanks for your comment. I'm pleased you like my photos. The Mumbles is a lovely area - so diverse.

The Ancient Digger. Thanks for you message too. Where abouts in the UK are you hoping to study?