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I really like some of your photos taken in the mac loop.
Are any for sale?
Hi, 2.5 hours away from Fishguard. Cost??....It's free
Is it open and running on September time
How far are you away from fishguard please cause I would like to visit in September time please how much for four adults
Lovely light and high F15's. On the 2nd they were ploughing the fields on the approach. They must have seen my comment in Fox2 about the stratospheric fly by.
You can always spot me on the hills as I will have Gel my dog with me begging for food.
Hi Rory, enjoyed you and your dogs company during my visit to CAD West on Wednesday 1st May. Hope to get back soon and maybe bump into you again.
Hi Rory well done super photo in the AP nice work (must try that)
Hi Rory, thanks for amazing photos of the Porthmadog Pilot Race at the weekend, you have truly captured the atmosphere on the day, fantastic
Hi Rory, great photos of todays events. It was a fantastic day out for all. Thank you.
We enjoyed your photographs.
Which Trappe- Tribe did you spring from ?
We actually come from the Trappes from Eboldshausen / Germany dating back to the 1600s.
Paul is a sculptor, I think you found his wegsite. His nephews are all flying enthousiasts.
They live in Germany.
Will continue you Photopages. Check out mine at GS Photography. I mainly do dollages.
Glad I managed to have a look: really cracking stuff, carefully composed and metered...sculptural, my man!
My, I used to have a ball tramping around Cader Idris with my old Pentax 67...your work might be inspiring me; my last Wales jaunts have been around Dyfed(but haven't they renamed it...?..) but I might be game on for getting the sleeping-bag in the Rav and blatting round Snowdonia soon at this rate.
It was quite a nice surprise to get such a warm welcome after a few hours on the hill.
Fantastic to meet you in the car park near Cadair Idris (8 Dec 2010). One of the best things Ive done.
superb images, will check your site on regular basis.
lluiau diddorol iawn.da iawn rori,mae blaenau yn prowd iawn ohonoch.dal ati.
Hi Rory, just been thru your gallery the shots are fantastic.keep up the good work
Hi Rory, just been thru your gallery the shots are fantastic. I can't wait to get some half as good! but as you know I am practising!
Rory, Your photos are truly stunning ! I ll visit these galleries again Brilliant work !
Hi, BRILLIANT photos the best I`ve seen for a long time.
They brought many memories of a beautiful town and of the area I was born and spent my childhood in.
where are the football pictures gone ??
Great images of the Ryder Cup flying visit to Ffestiniog Golf Club.
The wonderful website name was :
See what you think.
Thank you for your comments on my photographs,
I note yours from the Mach Loop. We are planning our annual trip to the UK at Easter staying in Much Wenlock Shropshire. i hope to be able to get to the Mach Loop a couple of times during the visit.
all the best Barry
Hi rory, when I was eighteen, 25 yrs ago, I caught the train from London to Bangor, with a couple of mates, we spent eight weeks walking the length of your country, rarely using public roads, and spending the nights in our tents which we carried with us.
It was a trip I will always remember and seeing many of your photos of the Welsh countryside brought back many fond memories.
Thanks for sharing your work.
Seasons greetings, have a great new year.
Your photographs are beautiful -thank you. I was interested in Manod Quarry, have always wanted to go round it to see where the pictures from the National Gallery and the Tate were stored in the war.
Thanks so much for the compliment...will keep adding pictures for your viewing pleasure.
Thank you for the visit and for the kind words. I am glad you liked the photographs.
I read a lot about the Bwulch already, and it sure is on my "places to visit and photograph" list. I really like your photos!
Keep shooting, keep posting!
Liked the pictures of Elin Flur, and also the great pictures of Hogia`r Tan.
awesome photos of the low level flights - we get some low level stuff up here in the Scottish Highlands but have not yet found a viewpoint like you have - keep up the good work
Very nice gallery
Lovely work. Share more please.
Thanks for your comments. In Texas, heat is not hard to come by, even in September. I envy you...you've got some vary interesting and beautiful shots from an angle you don't get to shoot from often unless you're airborne.
Not my first time in your galleries, I really love your work, keep up the great work.
Your photos have reignited my passion for photography. Thank you!
Thanks for the comment on my galleries....
thanks for looking in on my galleries and your favourable comments on my Paris 1973 images.
Your images from the Mach Loop are just fabulous! It has been my dream for some time to get to that place and I might just do something about it this year. If so, I am going to need some direction in order not to climb the wrong mountain, so I hope you won't find it too intrusive if I contact your e-mail and ask for some assistance?
By the way, I shall be at Flying Legends and at RIAT again this coming July.
Thank you very much for your comment on my SP gallery. Great work (I posted some comments)! Regards, Paula
Many thanks for your comments - Incredible set of photos you have of the low level training!
Rory, thanks for the comments in my galleries. Appreciated
I really enjoyed your aviation galleries. Great job!
Thank you for sharing those beautiful images. Amazing photography skill and technique.
feel homesick now,i left blaenau 9 years ago to live in newcastle and due to working all over the country i dont get to visit home much.this site has made me realise that you take things for granted sometimes and dont realise what is around you when living in blaenau.wish i was back home!LOVELY PICTURES PLEASE KEEP IT UPDATED THANKS
An excellent site. Truly amazing photography of some beautiful aircraft. It was a pleasure to view it. Keep it up.
Hiya Rory, had the pleasure of meeting you @ RAF St.Mawgan.Amazing site,thanks Austin Ellis aka Serco Airport Security
Thank you for the wonderful photographs. My daughter has moved to Blaenau Ffestiniog from America over a year ago and I have not had the pleasure of visiting in her new home. These photos have given me a sense of why she loves it so much. My grandfather came from Holyhead and she told me moving to Wales was like returning home. Thank you again. I can see why her heart is there.
Kikuyo From Japan
I visited this site from a link of a board of EVC. Thanks for a lots of beautiful photographs. Please keep up your wonderful work.
Where is the picture of that handsome bloke in the safety helmet gone ?
No Comment....see ya in court :-)
Where is the picture of that handsome bloke in the safety helmet gone ?
I enjoyed your pictures of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
I'm just about to start a photographic project on BF, and wondered if you could let me know where the shed was with the old quarry train? I'd love to photograph it myself.
Rory. Enjoyed your galleries. Keep up the good work. Ian
You have some wonderful pictures here! They remind me so much of my visit to Wales. Blaenau Ffestiniog was on my list of places to see, but I didn't have near enough time to go to even a quarter of the places I wanted to visit.
Thanks for sharing! Hope to see more of this and other subjects.