Near the Monmouthshire Canal
Ancient warriors march through Chepstow
Main street Monmouth
Headstone in Monmouth
The Roundhouse, built by members of the Monmouth Picnic Club, 1794
Ruins of the early 14th century castle. Also known as Castell Trerug or Llangybi Castle
The only remaining river bridge with a gate tower in Great Britain.
A recently renovated luxury self-catering holiday retreat situated just north of Usk.
In the burial ground of the church of St. Mary, Llanfair Kilgeddin.
Old gateway into Llanover House grounds.
In the grounds of Llanover House.
Dovecote in the grounds of Llanover House.
Situated north of the village of Llanover close to the River Usk.
The grandest castle ever built by Welshmen.
The unmistakable silhouette of Raglan crowning a ridge amid glorious countryside.
Three large monolinths, located in a field to the south of the village.
Built in the late 1700s by William Jones as a memorial to his deceased wife.
A ruined Tudor Mansion.
Arthur Machen's childhood home.
Now a private residence. Arthur Machen's father was rector here.
The church of St Stephen and St Tathan, Caerwent
Looking like a plum pudding after the vegetation had been burned off.
Built to last. The walls of Roman Caerwent - Venta Silurum
Renovation of the fine old building
196m above sea level near the Clytha Estate, Monmouthshire
Probably Monmouthshire's most distinctive mountains.
The largest Iron Age hill fort in Monmouthshire
One of the last livestock markets held in the market town of Abergavenny
Bailey Park Abergavenny in Autumn
The impressive gates and trees of Bailey Park
Prince of Wales Bridge, until 2018 known as the Second Severn Crossing.
Panoramic view on a cold, frosty, November morning.
Dancing in the Roman Amphitheatre Caerleon, sunrise, May 1st.
These woollen caps were worn by workmen, soldiers and sailors between the 15th and 18th centuries.
The Sweyn's Ey side joined the Isca Morrismen to celebrate sunrise, on May 1st, in the Roman arena a