Lodestars / 14
Issue #14 Wales
This is our ode to Wales - a celebration of its soaring peaks and dazzling waters, its wilderness, song and lore. Venture here to walk in the footsteps of saints and ancient kings, and to explore landscapes - diverse, dramatic and sublime - destined to fill you with awe. You’ll cross paths with artists, poets and lavender farmers, feast on Welsh cakes and bara brith, wallow in the history, swim in the sea, hike hills, forage, revel and bask in the beauty. All the while knowing that here, there may well be dragons.
Featuring: Hay-on-Wye | Fforest | Pembrokeshire | Gower Peninsula | Wye Valley | Brecon Beacons | Snowdonia | Portmeirion | Farmers' Welsh Lavender | Dyfi Botanicals | Old Lands | Palé Hall | Llŷn Peninsula | Ynys Enlli | Skomer | Conwy
Lodestar: A star used to guide seafaring travellers, most typically Polaris, the North Star. Something that acts as a model or inspiration.