Support a local photographer…..

As many of you will know, I have been publishing the Wild Wales/Cymru Wyllt range of postcards for over thirty years. Yes! People still do buy them! At an age when most sensible people would be putting their feet up, I might as well continue to fulfil that demand. Little by little I am reducing the level of stock that I hold and to this end my print run is shorter every year. So to counteract this trend, in 2019 I have published an extraordinary fifteen brand new designs – probably more in a single year than at any time in the past. It is thanks to the staff at Gomer Press that I am able to do this at an economical price, and with such exceptional quality. Images suitable for postcards may not require the greatest levels of creativity but they are still a challenge and they keep me on my toes.

So, enjoy these images – and when you go away this year, buy a few postcards at your destination and support a local photographer!

Dolgellau and Cadair Idris (M294)

Llyn Crafnant, near Trefriw (M295)

Aberdyfi from Ynyslas (M296)

Cadair Idris (M297)

Starlings at Aberystwyth (M298)

Llyn Gwynant and Yr Aran (M299)

Glandyfi, near Machynlleth (M300)

The Submerged Forest, Borth (M301)

Snowdon and Cnicht (M302)

The Dyfi estuary and Ynyslas from the hills above Aberdyfi (M303)

Old College, Aberystwyth (M304)

Vale of Rheidol Railway, near Devils Bridge (M305)

Tenby from Monkstone Point (P175)

Fishguard Harbour (P176)

Solva (P177)


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About Jeremy Moore

Recently described as "Wales' leading environmental photographer"; based near Aberystwyth, and specialising in Welsh landscape and wildlife. He has published the Wild Wales / Cymru Wyllt range of postcards since 1987. His most recent book was "Wales at Waters Edge" (with Jon Gower) published in May 2012. The National Library of Wales has a large number of his prints in its Collection. His exhibition "Bird/land" was shown at Aberystwyth Arts Centre from June until August 2016. It originally received support from the Arts Council of Wales. He is also working on a new book about Wales with the author Jon Gower, due for publication in autumn 2018.
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4 Responses to Support a local photographer…..

  1. I think it takes a lot of creativity to capture an interesting version of a place that might have been photographed a lot before, which you seem to have done!

  2. Jeremy Moore says:

    Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the comment! Yes, it’s a real shame about the calendar.

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