Every month, I collate the best of my month on Instagram here on my blog. It took me a while to get the hang of Instagram, but it’s now one of my favourite social networks, inspiring me every day with the beautiful photos and sense of community.
We’ve made the most of the sunny and dry weather during May and headed out on loads of day trips. I’ve written new posts this month on the sculpture trail at Garwnant Visitor Centre and Ebbw Vale Owl Sanctuary, but we’ve also been back to Raglan Castle as part of my role as Cadw ambassador, Dyffryn Gardens, Heath Park, Roath Park and Bute Park a couple of times each, and Mountain View Ranch.
I’ve been thrilled to gain around 400 new followers during May, and super-excited to see my images featured in some of the communities I participate in – #familytravelmoment #UKexplore #igerscardiff This has been a huge deal for me, because my photos were so rubbish just a few short months ago and I’ve been working so hard to improve my photography skills. I still have plenty to learn but I feel like I’m getting there slowly!
Here’s the best of my photos from May.
First row: Little Man O looking at the light house at Roath Park; Toddler Boy I on his Scuttle Bug at Bute Park; my three children exploring the bluebell woods at the Wenallt; Little Miss E and Little Man O looking for fish in the pond at Dyffryn Gardens.
Second row: Toddler meeting the ponies at Mountain View Ranch; Toddler explorinhg Garwnant Visitor Centre; Toddler resting on a tree at Bute Park; Miss E and Little Man meeting a fox on the sculpture trail at Garwnant.
Third row: My three children admiring the view at Garwnant, Toddler on his daddy’s shoulders at Raglan Castle; Little Man admiring the view from the top of Raglan Castle; Toddler exploring the new Hobbit houses at Mountain View Ranch.
Fourth row: Little Man mastering the rope bridge at Heath Park; Miss E meeting an owl at Ebbw Vale Owl Sanctuary; Little Man giving Toddler a cuddle at Bute Park; Toddler meets Baby Bear at Garwnant.