Cychod Marwaidd Llangwm – Dead Boats of Llangwm

Llangwm is a small village of approximately 450 properties, adjacent to the River Cleddau, which feeds into the Milford Haven estuary. There’s a lovely slipway into the river, which is known as Black Tar or Black Tar Point, which is illustrative of the days when Pembrokeshire had a large fleet of small fishing vessels that caught herring, the tar was used to keep the small boats watertight. Llangwm, or Langum, as pronounced by the non-Welsh residents, is a lovely, friendly,Read more

Golygfedd o’r Pla Du

I was able to pursue my passion for photographing live performances with an invitation to capture a dress rehearsal of ‘Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du’. This Welsh language play was being performed at the Ffwrnes Theatre in Llanelli. The Ffwrnes is a favourite theatre of mine, I particularly enjoy the intimacy of the Stepni Stiwdio, which has seating for up to 100 people, with what they call ‘hovercraft technology’. However, for the performance of Golygfeydd o’r Pla Du the Crochan wasRead more