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Steve Stamford | Unnamed wreck portrait

Unnamed wreck portrait

At Dulas on Anglesey in Wales there is an expansive area that dries out at low tide and this abandoned ship sits, slowly rotting. Despite many hours (and several friends) trying to find out what it was called it remains, to me at least - the unnamed wreck.
Steve Stamford | Unnamed wreck aerial

Unnamed wreck aerial

At Dulas on Anglesey in Wales there is an expansive area that dries out at low tide and this abandoned ship sits, slowly rotting. Despite many hours (and several friends) trying to find out what it was called it remains, to me at least - the unnamed wreck. I am a CAA licensed drone operator - copy of permit on my web site.
Steve Stamford | Rusty anchor chain

Rusty anchor chain

At Dulas in Wales the few links of this chain have been rusting away for countless decades. Maybe once used to moor the now abandoned nearby wreck.
Steve Stamford | Standing stones landscape

Standing stones landscape

Near Treaddur you will find these standing stones. The lensball adds a dose of the unusual to these stones which are believed to go back over somewhere around 2,000 BC.
Steve Stamford | Standing stones portrait

Standing stones portrait

Near Treaddur you will find these standing stones. The lensball adds a dose of the unusual to these stones which are believed to go back over somewhere around 2,000 BC.
Steve Stamford | Unnamed wreck aerial 2

Unnamed wreck aerial 2

At Dulas on Anglesey in Wales there is an expansive area that dries out at low tide and this abandoned ship sits, slowly rotting. Despite many hours (and several friends) trying to find out what it was called it remains, to me at least - the unnamed wreck. I am a CAA licensed drone operator - copy of permit on my web site.
Steve Stamford | The square window

The square window

Came across this when out exploring. Used to be someone's home, now just slowly rotting and falling down.
Steve Stamford | Des Res

Des Res

Came across this when out exploring. Used to be someone's home, now just slowly rotting and falling down.
Steve Stamford | Trefignath

Trefignath

Believed to be over 5,000 years old this is one of the 3 burial chambers at Trefignath on Anglesey, Wales. Neolithic tools have been found on the site and it is thought to have been is use for over 1,000 years. This is a composite image that uses a sky from Skylum.
Steve Stamford | Unnamed wreck

Unnamed wreck

At Dulas on Anglesey in Wales there is an expansive area that dries out at low tide and this abandoned ship sits, slowly rotting. Despite many hours (and several friends) trying to find out what it was called it remains, to me at least - the unnamed wreck.
Steve Stamford | Blackpool seafront

Blackpool seafront

A view along the Blackpool seafront looking towards the North Pier.
Steve Stamford | Blackpool parrot

Blackpool parrot

If you've ever been to Blackpool you are bound to have seen this rather splendid parrot outside one of the many arcades and the tower really is impossible to miss.
Steve Stamford | Blackpool tower lights

Blackpool tower lights

The iconic Blackpool Tower in one of its many light show phases. A couple and their dog stop to admire it.
Steve Stamford | Fungi cluster

Fungi cluster

A cluster of autumn fungi, I think Burgundydrop Bonnet - Mycenae haematopus but I'm no expert.
Steve Stamford | Fungi forest

Fungi forest

A cluster of autumn fungi, I think Burgundydrop Bonnet - Mycenae haematopus but I'm no expert.
Steve Stamford | Meadow waxcap

Meadow waxcap

I believe this to be Meadow Waxcap - Hygrocybe pratensis however I am no fungi expert. It is a common fungi found in groups on grassland.
Steve Stamford | Parasola auricoma

Parasola auricoma

Looking very similar to the Pleated Inkcap this small, fragile looking fungi can often be found amongst mulched areas where it grows either alone or in small clusters. I am not a fungi expert so please make your own mind up.
Steve Stamford | Parasola auricoma 2

Parasola auricoma 2

Looking very similar to the Pleated Inkcap this small, fragile looking fungi can often be found amongst mulched areas where it grows either alone or in small clusters. I am not a fungi expert so please make your own mind up.
Steve Stamford | Fungi family

Fungi family

A cluster of autumn fungi, I think Burgundydrop Bonnet - Mycenae haematopus but I'm no expert.
Steve Stamford | Sulphur Tuft fungi

Sulphur Tuft fungi

The sulphur Tuft - Hypholoma fasciculare is a common fungi that grows in tight clusters hence one of its common names - clustered woodlover. It is poisonous and if eaten (despite its bitter taste) symptoms include convulsions, temporary paralysis and distorted vision. Please note I am no expert and do not promise my ID of this is correct.
Steve Stamford | Love me

Love me

A combination of a concrete garden ornament image from me, a sky from Phil Botha from Unsplash and some nifty processing in Skylum. A self portrait.
Steve Stamford | Open your mind

Open your mind

This sacred site with its small stone circle has a history going back over 3,000 years. Perhaps, just maybe if you open your mind you may get a glimpse of ancient wisdom. A composite of two of my original images.