Mike Howe Nominated in the Holywood Music in Media Awards

Blimey, I’m very excited and grateful that my track “Remember” from my new album “Lichens” has been nominated in the Holywood Music in Media Awards

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Sunset Over Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay sunset 2The long drive home from a busy week of work away has it’s rewards with this beautiful sunset over Cardigan Bay, West Wales

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West Highland Cottages

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Swimming In the Beautiful Scottish Highlands

Sam Howe looking to the Cuillins of Skye

Sam Howe looking to the Cuillins of Skye

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Into the Night

Beryl Markham was a British born aviator who, in 1936, became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic from east to west non-stop in a single engined wooden monoplane. Her story was immortalised in the book “West with the Night”, and this song I wrote was inspired by that amazing story

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Snowdon Horseshoe from the Mymbyr Lakes

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An Evening Surf

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Emma Howe

Emma Howe

Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire

Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire

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Clearing Sea Mists

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My New Favourite Wall – We Should All Have One ;)

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Built around 1760 this wall is 7 miles long and encloses the land on the lower slopes of the mountain (Glyder Fach).  It was built in an attempt to improve the value of Dyffryn, the hill farm I have been writing about recently.


It is quite beautifully made with a skill and craftsmanship, not to mention strength and endurance, that boggles the mind of this 21st century pen pusher. It has merged into the landscape so much so that it now looks like a natural part of the mountain, and when examined up close you can see how the slow growing, hardy, slightly weird organisms we call lichens have colonised the stones and have made the wall their habitat for (hopefully) centuries to come.

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Here you can see it snaking away up and across the mountain and get a sense of the scale of the job those wallers from centuries past undertook.

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