Thank you, it all looks a bit different now after the flooding, but it will return to normal in time. Cheers, Nick.Nick, what a truly stunning piece of work!
I watched it on my iMac screen with the sound playing via a high quality headphone system. Everything about it was faultless. The audio over the headphones was particularly spectacular - three dimensional - I was there on the bank with you.
I have seen some lovely films made by folk on here but that is a cut above.
My daughter has been studying in Cardiff and it has given me a chance to get to know the place a bit. I have walked the Taff through Bute Park a fair bit and have ridden the Taff Trail from Cardiff to Caerphilly on several occasions. I have spotted shoals of mullet in the tidal reaches and know from watching Will Millard that salmon have returned. Otherwise, I found myself gazing at the river and wondering what else is in there.
Truly spectacular - thanks so much for sharing
What a beautiful film to watch on a cold dreich February day. Loved the poem. Did you write that?
Very enjoyable, I'll watch it again soon.
Hope you enjoy it. The bridge is still there - the Victorians knew how to build railway bridges to last. The path underneath, which features in the film is looking a bit worse for wear though...Will look forward to watching that tonight Nick , if it’s anything like previous films it’ll be worth watching
Is your ‘bridge’ still there? , you city slickers certainly had a fair ole’ flood at the weekend . It was’nt good here but compared to you!