Time really does fly and I can't believe it's been almost two months since we've been back from the U.K.
Wales Millennium CentreDoctor Who exhibition opening, there's also lots of history I was unaware of about the Bay itself.
The Scott Antarctic Memorial by Jonathan Williams
The Water Tower
Welsh Assembly Building
Lightship Helwig LV14
Of course there's always more evocative reminders you're in Wales, like this great tribute to the South Wales Coal Industry, where so many people worked when I was growing up.
From Pit to Port sculpture by John Clinch Arca
One sculpture I wish I'd been able to photograph better was this intriguing boat head sculpture (especially if there weren't so many children intent on clambering all over it).
Merchant Seafarers' War Memorial by Brian Fell
From one side it's like a shipwrecked hull and from the other a face. Pretty cool stuff.
Immigrant Statues on Mermaid Quay
Funnily enough I was also drawn to these bronze statues symbolizing the arrival of many immigrants to Tiger Bay (Cardiff Bay's former name) seeking a better life in Britain, I suspect it was the dog sculpture that caught my eye the most.
Trying out the outdoor gym
Hwyl fawr am nawr...