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The New Year began with a resolution to walk, and photograph, 500-hundred miles of the UK’s coastal, urban and rural walkways. As of the beginning of February, we have already completed over 100 miles of this objective. A weeks walking tour around the Welsh coastal town of Aberystwyth allowed us the opportunity to further explore the Wales and Ceredigion Coast Path. But without frosty mornings and snow filled backdrops, January can be a challenging month for landscape photographers. However, with perseverance, patience and lots of walking (always with cameras and tripods) January, and for the matter February, can provide occasional landscape drama and beautiful lighting conditions. In addition to walking the coastal path, our week in Aberystwyth allowed us to visit the Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest and witness the daily Red Kite feeding frenzy. However, it would require several more visits to do both Bwlch Nant yr Arian and the red kites full photographic justice. The following imagery of our January Wales Coast Path walk are available for viewing via the following links:
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