It is Friday again. Weather is getting better and traveling in Europe slowly becomes attractive again. :)
Even though I have lived in London I never travelled much in the surrounding countries! Big mistake which need to be fixed! But before lets have a look…
This week I’m featuring Karl Delandsheere with his amazing photography from Wales. Karl is self-educated photographer and he loves to share his knowledge on his Hobography Blog. To learn more or just to admire great photographs follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
Picture Story: Welsh Landscape, Wales
For me, Wales has always been a dark and rainy place somewhere in the UK with a rugby team. A prince. And Tom Jones.
It’s only after meeting a Welsh man during a train ride that everything changed. He was so passionate about his homeland that I had to look for some pictures on Google. And a couple months after, I was in Pembrokeshire with my girlfriend, a couple of friends and our dog.
Wether you like hiking or landscape photography, Wales and especially its coastal path has everything you could dream of. And if you’re a bit crazy, try coasteering. I just loved it (when I understood I wasn’t going to die).
This picture was shot on the coastal path near Trefin on our last day of holidays. The whole place was covered by the golden light of the sunset which made this gorgeous Welsch landscape even more stunning.
As it was the first time I left cities since I committed myself to photography. I learned a few things. The more obvious is to pack light! I was carrying nearly all my gear all the time and had to catch up constantly as my friends kept walking while I was setting up for my shots. Hopefully, one of them was pregnant so I didn’t need to run too much!