Wild Wales - Jeremy Moore Photography
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Dyfi estuary, mid-Wales
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After over twenty five years picture-making in Wales, I probably have unrivalled coverage of the wilder parts of the country.  

There are many thousands of interesting and inspiring 35 mm images in my collection. including a significant number in panoramic format (24 x 65 mm).  Since August 2007 I have been working digitally and expect to continue doing so.

All images are available for reproduction by individuals, organisations or publishers. If required I can scan transparencies to your requirements and email the images or copy them to CD for you.

The landscape of Wales is my inspiration and forms the basis of the image library. I'm particularly interested in the geological and ecological aspects of the landscape, natural habitats, and in the way the land is used. Coverage is strongest in mid- and west Wales and the National Parks, and weakest in the north-east. Many environmental and conservation issues in Wales are featured, including oil pollution and the foot-and-mouth epidemic. Walkers in the landscape are also represented and there are some unusual views of Welsh towns and villages .

I'm also building up a collection on the more scenic areas of Spain, particularly in Andalucia, and have a small but excellent selection of California - for example Yosemite, Death Valley and the Big Sur.

My slides have been used in many local and national publications by, among others, the Wales Tourist Board and the Countryside Council for Wales. The  Royal Mail Welsh landscape stamp series, published in June 2004, featured one of my images on the first class stamp.

Reproduction fees are by arrangement, and reduced rates can normally be arranged for conservation and environmental organisations.

Please contact me for further information