Natural Wales At It’s Finest…Part II

This song is the title track from my second album “Round River” and once again Mike Alexander has treated us to some of his best photographs of the stunning Welsh landscape to go with it, hope you enjoy 🙂

35 thoughts on “Natural Wales At It’s Finest…Part II”

  1. Mike Alexander et Mike Howe ;)… une équipe qui ne faut pas changer … Superbe diaporama, belle et douce musique … bravo à vous deux et merci pour le partage. Bonne journée Mike.

  2. I see there is to be another Mike Howe CD in my future. I am loving Time Stand Stills and this video was absolutely beautiful. Your music is so soothing. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much LuAnn, I’m really glad you like Time Stands Still. Round River was my follow up album and I personally think it’s a bit better, but that is a matter of individual taste. If you do get it I really hope you like it. Hope your travels are going well, I’m green with envy 😉

      1. I will go and listen to the remaining selections on Round River and am fairly certain that once I do that, it will have to come home with me! 🙂

    1. How interesting, I hadn’t seen that! Tywyn is a couple of hours North of us on the mid-Wales coast, but obviously the ancient forests extended all the way round the Welsh and indeed British coastline. So after the storms many beaches have offered up their ancient past for just a little while. Thanks for letting me see this.

      1. Well, that explains why you weren’t present in the interview! but I felt pretty cool, looking at the news, and talking at the TV, as one does, and saying, ‘hey I know that already” 😀 : D

  3. Aah, so wonderful! Thank you – both Mikes!

    Actually we have just started to look into possible routes for our next UK and Ireland trip (including a stop at Pembrokeshire), although we don’t know yet, when we can put our plans into action. So, this video comes at the perfect time and encourages us to let our current travel dreams come true. 🙂

    Hope you are doing well!

    Much love,

      1. I do. It reminds me of New England where I grew up. Also, the music is lovely and dreamy. Its a very nice compilation piece. I’ve not seen photos of Wales before this to my recollection. 🙂 Eric

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