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Olivia Shepherd's Photography

Amateur Photographer based in Shrewsbury and Gloucester

Llyn Clywedog Reservoir

Llyn Clywedog is a man made reservoir situated in mid wales and was is formed by the Clywedog dam. The dam was built in 1965 and took 2 years to build. The damn regulates the flow of the river Severn […]

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Train Graveyard

Last weekend after a long break, due to lockdowns, I was finally able to get out to explore! This one is a long forgotten gravesite for trains, the construction for this started in 1904 and was completed in 1912. The […]

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Car Portraiture

Here is something a little different to what I usually post. My partner recently just upgraded his car from a Peugeot 207 to an Audi A4 and of course he wanted some nice shots of the shiny new car. Unfortunately, […]

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Cornwall c.2013

Another from the archives, this is from a holiday to Cornwall in 2013. I was very much finding my feet with photography, most of these images from the holiday were so burry, but I managed to fish out the semi-decent […]

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Feline Portraiture

When I got my first DSLR, I pretty much took photos of everything and my two cats were often the unwilling participants. I was always taking photos of them but because I had no idea what shutter speed was, majority […]

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Shrewsbury Sunsets

Another from my archive, this time from 2016, I used to be obsessed with capturing sunsets and luckily my room was west facing so naturally I had to take full advantage of this. I love the ombre of colours and […]

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Ironbridge, Shropshire

I’ve been looking through some old hard drives and have found an archive of images before I studied photography at A-level, it crazy to see how far I have come and would love to share to show the differences that […]

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Bredon Hill

Another lockdown means more contents from our weekly walks. This week we didn’t have a plan of where we were going, just got in the car and chose a direction. We ended up at Bredon Hill, which had an interesting […]

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Gloucester Docks

One of Englands famous docks, where ships once unloaded their cargoes, there is now various of visiting narrowboats, motor cruisers and the occasional yacht. Although, its nota functioning dock anymore, they still bring plenty of attention from tourists, especially with […]

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Talgarth Mental Asylum 2.0

Disclaimer: Please note when I explore these places I am very careful, and I make sure that I do not damage any property or myself. Please respect these places as they can be dangerous and so that others can enjoy […]

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Llanidloes Walk

Post Christmas calls for more walks to work off all those mince pies. This time we explored the welsh countryside of Llanidloes which is near the border of Wales and England. This was an extremely muddy walk as I almost […]

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Abandoned Farm House Wales

Disclaimer: Please note when I explore these places I am very careful, and I make sure that I do not damage any property or myself. Please respect these places as they can be dangerous and so that others can enjoy […]

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Care Home Shrewsbury

Disclaimer: Please note when I explore these places I am very careful, and I make sure that I do not damage any property or myself. Please respect these places as they can be dangerous and so that others can enjoy […]

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Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral was originally called he Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, “the cathedral originated in the abbey of 681, the present building was dedicated in 1100“. This building is incredible beautiful with delicate Oolitic […]

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May Hill

This week we decided to explore May Hill, it has an unusual cluster of trees at the top that were planted to celebrate the Queens jubilee in 1977. This trek turned into quite the muddy one and we were not […]

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