Wales might be the most overshadowed country of the United Kingdom, but with its 2.700 km of coast and its large mountainous areas, it has nothing to envy to neighbors in the matter of beautiful nature and landscapes. Paul Templing is a Cardiff-based fine art photographer and musician dedicated to capture the vivid colors of this mysterious country.


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“While I work in a lot of different settings, including live music, it is with landscapes and seascapes that I have really found my strongest form,” said Paul for Tir-A-Môr Gallery. “But then, with so much spectacular scenery right on my doorstep, I suppose it’s hardly surprising!”

If you want to see more of Wales after all these wonderful landscapes, you can find more gorgeous captures from Paul’s camera on his Facebook page.

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Corn Du, Brecon Beacons

Ocean Temple, Aberthaw Power Station

Nash Point

St. Lythans Burial Chamber

Viaduct, Porthkerry Park

Nash Point

Rhoose Point

Tidal Path, Nash Point

Shipwreck, Sully Island

Rise, Penarth Beach

Merchant Seafarer’s War Memorial, Cardiff Bay

Last Light, Porthkerry Beach

The Captain’s Wife, Sully

Ystradfellte Waterfalls

Afterburn, Southerndown Beach

Sully Beach

Dawn, Penarth Pier

The Heritage Coast, Nash Point