Steve Purnell

Steve Purnell

Steve Purnell
Steve Purnell
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Landscapes South East Wales

A selection of landscape and seascape images from the beautiful South East Wales countryside

  • Bargoed Miners:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Bargoed Miners

    Bargoed in Caerphilly County, South Wales in the United Kingdom is a former mining town and one of the key towns in the Rhymney Valley. The colliery was sunk in 1897 with the first coal being raised in 1901. The colliery eventually closed in 1977. This street art sculpture depicting three miners heads is situated on Hanbury Square in Bargoed in South Wales in the United Kingdom. Standing almost four metres tall, Miners Heads, designed by artist Malcolm Robertson.

  • Bargoed Miners:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Bargoed Miners

    Bargoed in Caerphilly County, South Wales in the United Kingdom is a former
    mining town and one of the key towns in the Rhymney Valley. The colliery was sunk in 1897 with the first coal being raised in 1901. The colliery eventually closed in 1977. This street art sculpture depicting three miners heads is situated on Hanbury Square in Bargoed in South Wales in the United Kingdom. Standing almost four metres tall, Miners Heads, designed by artist Malcolm Robertson.

  • Bargoed Miners:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Bargoed Miners

    Bargoed in Caerphilly County, South Wales in the United Kingdom is a former
    mining town and one of the key towns in the Rhymney Valley. The colliery was sunk in 1897 with the first coal being raised in 1901. The colliery eventually closed in 1977. This street art sculpture depicting three miners heads is situated on Hanbury Square in Bargoed in South Wales in the United Kingdom. Standing almost four metres tall, Miners Heads, designed by artist Malcolm Robertson.

  • Bargoed Miners:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Bargoed Miners

    Bargoed in Caerphilly County, South Wales in the United Kingdom is a former
    mining town and one of the key towns in the Rhymney Valley. The colliery was sunk in 1897 with the first coal being raised in 1901. The colliery eventually closed in 1977. This street art sculpture depicting three miners heads is situated on Hanbury Square in Bargoed in South Wales in the United Kingdom. Standing almost four metres tall, Miners Heads, designed by artist Malcolm Robertson.

  • Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay

    Wales Millennium Centre (Welsh: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) is
    an arts centre located in the Cardiff Bay area of Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Phase 1 of the building was opened in 2004 and phase 2 opened in 2009. The centre has hosted performances of opera, ballet, dance, comedy and musicals.

    Locally nicknamed "the Armadillo", the Centre comprises one large theatre and two smaller halls with shops, bars and restaurants. It houses the national orchestra and opera, dance, theatre and literature companies with a total of eight arts organisations in residence. The main theatre, the Donald Gordon Theatre, has 1,897 seats, the BBC Hoddinott Hall 350 and the Weston Studio Theatre 250.

    The centre is viewed here from the Roald Dahl Plass which has been constructed on the site of the old Oval Basin of Cardiff Docks.

  • Boardwalk, Cardiff Bay Wetlands:  Corridor, hallway & stairs by Steve Purnell

    Boardwalk, Cardiff Bay Wetlands

    This is an image taken in the wetlands area of Cardif Bay, Wales, United Kingdom. When the Cardiff Bay Barrage was created and this area subsequently flooded it created a nature reserve for wild birds and animals. The image has been processed with a lomo effect.

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