Nearly 200 Cardiff pubs, some now extinct.
The site of the Welsh natural outdoor history museum.
Roath and Plasnewydd
Densely populated but popular parts of central Cardiff.
The most famous park in Cardiff captured through the seasons.
Tremorfa is blessed with a little known large park with an unusual layout.
Canton has not one but two splendid parks ...
An affluent and picturesque part of Cardiff.
Splott and Adamsdown
Two adjacent densely populated regions, the former made famous by Radio 2.
Very popular student residential area with some fine pubs.
One of the most compact city centres in the UK, and all the better for it.
Transformed into a tourist attraction, used in Doctor Who etc.
Locals and visitors to the streets of Cardiff.
is the Capital of Wales. But less well known is that it is blessed with more parkland per capita than any other city in the UK, along with
the best variety of trees. And a lively night life ...
If you are a tourist planning your first ever visit to the capital of Wales, then it would be a brilliant
idea for one to read and research first about Cardiff in books, local newspapers and if one has the time,
to browse through the free Cardiff classified ads to be able
to get the best deals on accommodations and tour packages available for tourist and vacationers.
Here at CardiffPhotos, you can look at my collection of photographs depicting the vibrant sights and
sounds of the city of Cardiff.
The site will grow over time, especially if users of the site have the odd image they want to upload to the site.
Some favourite images from the site. Click one to view.
2012 Olympics in Cardiff
Some 2012 London Olympics events spill over into Cardiff.
Some of Cardiff's main tourist attractions.
Roath Park Football
Photographs of informal games of football on the Roath Park rec going way back to Spring 2007.
Filming in Cardiff
Dr Who and Casualty are some popular productions filmed in Cardiff.
Hare Krisna 2012 procession
During the Olympic fortnight, there were additional events.
2012 Albany-Wellfield Junction changes
2012 changes to the junction of Albany Road and Wellfield Roads in Roath.
St Davids 2
The construction of part two of the city centre shopping mall.
Boothby Green Grocery
A high-quality miniature grocery store opened briefly in Wellfield Road.
2010 Chinese New Year
A sprinkling of images from the Chinese New year celebrations in February 2010.
2009 Chinese New Year
Capturing the very colourful Chinese New year celebrations in January 2009.
Ichiban hit by a car
Pictures before and after a car hit this Albany Road restaurant on 2008.
2008 Coffee #1 opening
Coffee #1 opened in Wellfield Road in Roath in early 2008. It instantly became very popular.
The Mackintosh bowls and tennis club, just along from Albany Road, receives a major uplift in 2006/2007.
Occasional photographs of UWIC sporting events.