Day 98: Cardiff to Barry – Cedar & Silicone

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Glamorgan, Wales
Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership.

Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership.

The Wave Car park, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Scott Brownrigg.

The Wave Car park, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Scott Brownrigg.

Principality Stadium (formerly Millennium Stadium) structural mast, Cardiff. Architect: Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture. Engineer: WS Atkins.

Principality Stadium (formerly Millennium Stadium) structural mast, Cardiff. Architect: Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture. Engineer: WS Atkins.

Victorian era Morgan Arcade, Cardiff.

Victorian era Morgan Arcade, Cardiff.

Terracotta facade of the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay. Architect: William Frame.

Terracotta facade of the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay. Architect: William Frame.

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Percy Thomas Architects.

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Percy Thomas Architects.

Cardiff Castle. Norman wall built on top of the original Roman fort.

Cardiff Castle. Norman wall built on top of the original Roman fort.

Bioscience Centre, Cardiff University. Architect: Rio Architects.

Bioscience Centre, Cardiff University. Architect: Rio Architects.

BBC Studios, Cardiff. Architect: FAT (Fashion Architecture Taste)

BBC Studios, Cardiff. Architect: FAT (Fashion Architecture Taste)

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff. Architect: BFLS.

Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff. Architect: BFLS.

Crucifixion of the cormorants. Wing-drying after rain, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff.

Crucifixion of the cormorants. Wing-drying after rain, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff.

The Pink Hut, Cardiff Bay Barrage with Flat Holm & Steep Holm islands.

The Pink Hut, Cardiff Bay Barrage with Flat Holm & Steep Holm islands.

Penarth Pier, Glamorgan.

Penarth Pier, Glamorgan.

Taking the air, Penarth slipway, Glamorgan.

Taking the air, Penarth slipway, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 anti-aircraft battery to protect the ports of the Severn Estuary, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 anti-aircraft battery to protect the ports of the Severn Estuary, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 anti-aircraft battery bunker, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 anti-aircraft battery bunker, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 Searchlight position, Glamorgan.

Lavernock Point WW2 Searchlight position, Glamorgan.

Shore Platform, St Mary’s Well Bay, Glamorgan.

Shore platform, St Mary’s Well Bay, Glamorgan.

Barry gas-fired Power Station, Glamorgan.

Barry gas-fired Power Station, Glamorgan.

200-million-year-old Dinosaur footprints, the Bendricks, Glamorgan.

200-million-year-old Dinosaur footprints, the Bendricks, Glamorgan.

Dow Corning chemical plant for the production of silicone, Barry, Glamorgan.

Dow Corning chemical plant for the production of silicone, Barry, Glamorgan.

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6 thoughts on “Day 98: Cardiff to Barry – Cedar & Silicone”

  1. borisnotmoris says:

    Fantastic shots of Cardiff – I was at Uni here. My, how the docklands have changed. I totally remember being struck by the forms in the engineering structure of the Morgan Arcade.

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