Cardiff Bay – 15.06.2017

When you live in an area, you really take for granted how beautifully incredible it is. It didn’t even cross my mind to photograph Cardiff Bay, probably because it is somewhere where I have been going with my grandparents since the age of 3.


(Image 1: Canon PowerShot SX280 HS. ISO 160 f/5 1/640)

But boy was I wrong, the buildings down there are mesmerising and just from the photographs themselves you can capture the history that the buildings, and Cardiff itself withhold.


(Image 2: Canon PowerShot SX280 HS. ISO 125 f/4.5 1/1250)

The buildings are so incredible that it allows anyone, photographer or not, to get such a beautifully composed image.


(Image 3: Canon PowerShot SX280 HS. ISO 160 f/5 1/1250)

With the right lighting, the effect that can be captured down Cardiff Bay shows Cardiff in all its glory. Who wouldn’t want to photograph views and scenary like this after all?

Millenium Centre.jpg

(Image 4: Canon PowerShot SX280 HS. ISO 250 f/4 1/1000)

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