Welcome to my website.

Please look around the galleries, leave comments or even buy a print or two!

Online printers come and online printers go... at present I cannot offer online print orders but I am still looking for a solution. My apologies for the inconvenience. I do however, offer prints up to A3+ Size printed on a high resolution, pigment ink system; if you are interested in this option please email me or PM me on Facebook.

I publish most of my new work on Facebook so please do follow me on Facebook to see regular updates and any photograph can be ordered as above.

The Phlog section is my photographic version of a blog and is occasionally updated with a short account of a recent photograph though my Facebook page tends to be more active these days so check that too.

I have added a new gallery of "fun stuff". This explains the logos on my greeting cards and business cards and how to use them to get a slideshow of more of my work.

I have an active Facebook page so again please feel free to visit there and see some more of my work. I have also added a link to my work on Alamy (photolibrary) which you can access via the link below if you wish.

I am still exhibiting at Oriel Tir a Mor, Borth - this started in 2015 as part of the Ceredigion Art Trail but I have maintained a display space upstairs. I am sharing gallery space with Sarah. The work has changed from the art trail display and I must thank everyone who visited the display and left such positive feedback. The coffee, tea and cakes are of course, still superb and I am told the cooked breakfasts are sublime but my waistline prevents me from personally checking that out!

I have added a new section to the website 'Tangarreg Pools'. This is an ongoing project to improve the habitat on our land for wildlife. The land abuts the river Aeron and we have added pools to attract insects and provide space for newts, frogs and toads. Three hides are established - one with its own reflection pool, one overlooking a pond and one set in a field with newly planted rowan and crabapple trees. All have bird feeders and these are kept topped up to ensure a healthy population of visiting birds which can be photographed (or observed) from the hides. A large number of bird boxes have been established to encourage on site breeding and several boxes have been made to offer a natural looking front aspect - ideal for capturing shots of parents bringing food or nesting material to the nest. It is planned to offer access to the hides (and land) for a modest fee to help with the upkeep of the hides and the cost of bird seed. More information will be available when we open for the Ceredigion Art Trail in late summer.

Trail cameras have shown otter to be occasional visitors and it is hoped that as the pond life matures more wildlife will be attracted. Several galleries within the Tangarreg Pools section illustrate the variety of visiting birdlife throughout the year.

I am taking part in the Ceredigion Art Trail this year so if you are interested in seeing my work in print or investigating the Tangarreg Pools project to improve our land for wildlife then please do come along.

I am now on twitter (@CeredigionJones) feel free to follow!

UPDATE: As with many aspects of our lives the corona virus pandemic has affected the plans for opening the hides in conjunction with the opening of the Ceredigion art trail. Please ‘Watch this space’ for more details or follow me on Facebook because the pandemic will pass and things will return to (hopefully a better) normalIty!

Phil Jones
May 2020

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Stock photography by Philip Jones at Alamy