This past weekend was one of the best I had in a while.
It all started when I was eating pizza, which is a brilliant decision-making tool by the way. As I was eating this yummy goodness, I decided to take a train back to my hometown Cardiff and visit Sophia Gardens. After I ate the pizza of course. It has been almost 9 months since my last visit there, and the weather was lovely on this Saturday. So I grabbed my camera and went. The walk was quite lovely. The sky was (mostly) clear and blue, making it perfect for taking the kind of photos I wanted. I mostly followed a path alongside the river. It was a forged route with no proper paving or gravel. The way I like it. I travelled the ‘proper’ route on the other side of the river when I was on my way back. By then it was getting dark. I was there for about two to three hours in total.
The following Sunday was even better though. My parents and I decided to travel up to the Brecon Beacons in search of some waterfalls I visited when I was a young child. Due to fuel constraints, we could not search as much as we wanted, and we decided to go to a place called the Garwnant Visitor Centre, five miles away from Merthyr Tydfil. Although the place is primarily a children’s playground, the place had a few interesting paths. Thus, my parents and I decided to explore some of them. In terms of photos, this day was not my best. But I really found walking through this one forest very fun!
I hope for more weekends like this! Enjoy some of these photos I took!
Note: Some photos taken with my Moto G4 phone may be modified. I do sharpen some of them up. All photos have been shrunk to either 1920×1440 (Sony DSC-400) or 1920×1080 (Moto G4).