Torchwood 3: grebes, coots and cormorants.

A visit to Cardiff: 11th April 2015.

 It was finally possible to visit the hallowed grounds above Torchwood 3 last month, guided by Adam and Emma. The demise of the Torchwood Series due to the BBC`s mishandling is a cause for shame; why do we have to pay for a license when so LITTLE is available from Aunty Beeb today?

Cardiff 455 (40)
Torchwood 3.
Where indeed was The Doctor when we needed him the most....


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Cardiff 455 (45)

On a happier note however, it was impressive to see what a great job had been done on developing the waterfront area after the destruction of the Torchwood 3 site.

Great Crested Grebes can now raise their families in safety and coots find plenty of man-made rubish to build their nests.

Great Crested Grebes 455 (89)

Great Crested Grebes 455 (110)

coot 455 (24)

Cormorants now look across land-locked docks as an old sailing-ship slowly founders....


cormorants in Cardiff 455 (78)

Cormorant 455 (76)
A cormorant dries his wings.

Eben Haezer 455 (14)
The Eben Haezer is slowly filling with rain-water.
In conclusion; a walk around Cardiff Bay on a sunny day is well worth the effort.

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View from the barrier towards the city center.

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