Jeremy Moore Photography - Wild Wales
Darganfod Dyfi / Discovering the Dyfi
A commission for Natural Resources Wales, summer/autumn 2013
Samples from my new exhibition Bird/land, showing at RSPB Ynyshir until May 30th 2016, and then in an extended version, at Aberystwyth Arts Centre from June 25th until August 28th 2016
New landscapes 2015
New landscapes 2015
Some images of Meirionnydd (Meirionethshire), one of the most delectable parts of Wales
New Landscapes 2016
After another burst of bird photography to complete the expanded version of Bird/land, I've gone back to the Welsh landscape. Open the gallery up to see some of the results.
This gallery will be completed soon.
I've continued to photograph birds throughout the last twelve months. Some of these images appeared in Bird/land in a different format. Others were taken after the deadline for the exhibition had passed. Enjoy!
A Sideways Glance
....Or, perhaps...... a psychogeographer at work .....
On the Edge
Images of the wild Welsh coastline
The stunning island of Madeira in pictures
Images from a trip to the French Alps in 2007
Worlds within Worlds
Images in which abstract visual qualities may transcend the actual subject matter.
I've been a birder for many years but only quite recently have I started photographing birds. My background in landscape photography informs many of these compositions.
Images from "Pembrokeshire - Journeys and Stories", with Trevor Fishlock, published in June 2011
Wales at Waters Edge
Images from the new book and exhibitionn which takes a clockwise journey around the Welsh coastline. It could be described as a natural and social history of the Welsh coast. The book also contains text by Jon Gower.
Traditional scenic landscapes : Wild Wales at its very best
Between earth and heaven
Blaenau Ffestiniog is an island of heavy industry set amongst the sublime landscapes of the Snowdonia National Park. See images here from the book Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Wild Wales Postcards
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