I took myself to Cardiff today. After a walk through the St David’s shopping centre (needed to buy something I’d forgotten to pack yesterday) I went to Queen Street station and got a train (oddly enough) to Cardiff Bay, where I had a wander and a quick lunch the Millennium Centre cafe. A bit more wandering led me back to the station and on arrival in Cardiff, I went to the National Museum for a look around, including the Treasures: Adventures in Archaeology exhibition, which was good, if moderately expensive at £7.
I then joined my brother in a Wetherspoon’s for a drink or two with some of his former work colleagues. Food may have been eaten. Well, I had a rather nice chicken curry and Geoff had some buffalo wings. And yes, we did express surprise that buffalo can fly, as is traditional.
We then got a train back to Pencoed, where I got a quick view of the war memorial, as it looked interesting, being nicely illuminated.
Shutter speed: 1/40s
Focal length: 18.5mm
Taken: 21 September, 2016
A street lamp has been edited out of this one.
 Hi Geoff