Images of Wales
The pictures are selected from my growing collection of previously unpublished images. I occasionally feature pictures kindly supplied by guest photographers, but most of the photos are my own, either scanned from colour slides or prints, or shot with a digital camera. From Oct 1997 to Nov 1999 I used an Agfa ePhoto307 digital camera; from Nov 1999 to Jul 2002 a Sony Mavica MVC-FD91 and Olympus C-920Z; from Aug 2002 to May 2006 a Fuji FinePix S602 Zoom.
Since May 2006 I have been using a Nikon D50 digital SLR.
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| Retrospective Images of Wales
|Retrospectives are archived Images of Wales web-pages temporarily reinstated by popular demand.
Space restrictions on my website limit the number of Images of Wales webpages on permanent display, but by visiting my Webpage Archive you can check through my archive of previous Images of Wales and if you wish, select one for a future showing on the Retrospective Images of Wales page.
| Permanent Images of Wales Special Features
- A Visit to Aberllynfi and Talgarth, Breconshire
(south of the River Wye - 23 images)
- Ebbw Vale, Monmouthshire
(former steel town - 14 images)
- Cnewr Estate, the Tower, and Crai Reservoir, Breconshire
(early tramroad, mysterious tower, and Swansea's water supply - 16 images)
- Old Windmill, Llancayo, Monmouthshire
(derelict windmill, now restored - 12 images)
- The Parish of Llanfrynach, Breconshire
(rural village near Brecon - 12 images)
- Llanfynydd and the Mystery of Nant Gwilw, Carmarthenshire
(shot in a remote part of rural Wales - 28 images)
- Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, Glamorgan
(one of Wales's most popular attractions - 36 images)
Copyright restrictions - You are free to save and use any of the images I have produced myself. However, if you wish to publish them, for example in a book, on a CD-Rom, or on the Internet, I would be grateful if you could acknowledge me, John Ball, as the photographer.
Images for which I have acknowledged another source are subject to normal copyright restrictions.
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