Day two of the Talybont waterfalls walk
Day two was a lot of fun, we scrambled over muddy banks, and clambered over rocks. The waterfalls were absolutely worth going the extra mile, and I don’t think that many people get to see the ones we detoured to as they were slightly awkward to get too.
You can find the first one here
In which we discover the sheer beauty of the Talybont Waterfalls
The other half and I like to do a spot of filming, and a spot of walking. Combine that with our love of waterfalls, and bam. You got a vlog right there.
It was a stunning day, with beautiful scenery, and a pretty steep climb. It also got incredibly windy along the way.
So, if you like waterfalls, walks, and people having a lovely time, this may be for you!
In my day job I create films about the lovely area that I live in. We cover all sorts of topics from local events to places of historical interest. We film in 4k and, if I do say so myself, we produce some pretty stunning films.
Our aim is to bring people into the area, and to show the people that already live here what is on their doorstep. Even if you don’t live in the area we have something for everyone, from videos on Flaxmaking, and miniature steam trains you can ride on.
Recently we have started crowdfunding. We want to create a series of films about walks to encourage people to get out and about. To do this we need support from you lovely people. There are some amazing rewards available in our tiers.
You can check it out HERE
Thanks in advance, and as ever, stay spiffy
We were feeling a bit unwell, so we decided to get out into the fresh air, and you know, ponies happened.
Look at the cute little lambs, aren’t they ever so cute?
Also includes an adorable baby bunny!
Fools that we are, we decided to climb a mountain!
It’s called Pen y Fan, as you may have guessed from the name it’s in Wales. Not Whales.
It’s absolutely stunning on the top of the mountain, and it’s a pretty easy climb too.
The Fairy Song
Another video throwback from when we were trying out new filming and CGI techniques. My other half had this wonderful idea of a fairy union in which fairies complain about being treated as pests. In it I am turned into a fairy, and forced to sing the fairy song.
Kitty Jay’s Grave- Dartmoor Ghost Legend
So, a while back my other half and I started playing around with a vlogging channel, we made a few vids and left it alone. Recently we decided to set up again, we wanted to try new things, see new things, and we thought, why not film it?
This film is about the legend of Kitty Jay, we filmed it back in 2010.
I would like to reassure you now, there is nothing buried there but horse bones, but to this day people tell tales of Kitty, and the flowers that are left on her grave.
We, being local to the area at the time, decided to dramatise it. Of course, because I was the female counterpart, I automatically bagged the role of Kitty.