Conwy Falls

Date: 18 August 2021

Location: River Conwy 53.06554,-3.77654

The cafe building, located at the trailhead for the falls, was designed in 1957 by architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (1883 – 1978), famed for the Italian-riviera-inspired village of Portmeirion.

Plas Penaeldroch Labyrinth

Date: 18 August 2021

Location: Plas Penaeldroch Manor, Pont-y-Pant, Dolwyddelan 53.06733, -3.8585

The labyrinth, constructed in 2016 from paving blocks and slate chippings, is of a 4-arm, 7-circuit design. It is situated in the lower garden of the Manor, which was buit in 1884 as a hunting lodge.

The current owners, who are in the process of renovating the Manor as a hotel and cafe, have kindly made the labyrinth available to the public at any time.

Coming soon…

Initially inspired by a thought-provoking bluebrightly blog post exploring edges and liminal states and spaces, a forthcoming series here on GeoTopoi is dedicated to liminality.

Selected material from the archives has been organised into a number of thematic sequences, all related to the central concept in some way – some perhaps obvious and literal, others perhaps coming more from a personal, subjective feeling.

You can read more about this up-coming series here:

🌿🐉🐉 Two Dragons Garden 🐉🐉🌿


5 July 2021


Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor
SH 55240 71098; 53.21714°N, 4.16947°W


Treborth Botanic Garden;
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