The Tim Harris
Click on the above logo to read / sign my GuestBook. Please note this one has replaced the previous one (it disappeared in Feb '12 with no warning!) Many thanks to those who made entries in the original, I always liked to read them.
Welcome to my web pages which are dedicated to my favourite place in the universe, Portmeirion.
The pages of this site each cover different aspects of Portmeirion, including the buildings, the birds, the plants, & the people. Most of the photos were taken between 2003 and 2006: in some of the pictures you will see James, who is as big a fan of Portmeirion as I am.
Pictures on this site are, in general, presented in 800 x 600 resolution. I've listed descriptions of the pages of this site below (with links). I hope you enjoy this site & I give many thanks for even taking a look.
Please feel free to let me know what you think, good or bad, either by email or by use of the guestbook. At a later date I aim to include photos from earlier visits to Portmeirion, as well as edited video footage & photo montages.
My best regards,
Tim Harris (Friday 25th March 2016)
This site is not connected to the official Portmeirion web site which can be found at:
This website was created Sunday 4th May 2008 - This page updated Saturday 14th February 2009.
List of pages on this website: Pictures are generally 800 x 600 resolution: I've created 'Contact Sheets' for most pages which contain thumbnails of the pictures that appear on those pages.
|Sir Clough Williams-Ellis||A page relating to Portmeirion creator Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, which includes a small bibliography.|
|My Own Experience||This is a mostly text page of my own thoughts (ramblings) regarding Portmeirion and the experience of being there.|
|Photo Sampler||This page is for people who want to get an overview of what's on the other photo pages.||38 images|
|Page No. 1||The entrance to the grounds, including Gate House and Bridge House.||Contact Sheet||30 images|
|Page No. 2||The Pantheon (Dome)||Contact Sheet||54 images|
|Page No. 3||Angel, Neptune, Trinity House, and Mermaid.||Contact Sheet||86 images|
|Page No. 4||The Piazza, Bristol Colonnade, Gloriette, Gothic Pavilion and day visitors.||Contact Sheet||89 images|
|Page No. 5||The Bell Tower, Government House, Dolphin, Band Stand & flora (including hydrangeas) .||Contact Sheet||65 images|
|Page No. 6||The Apothecary, Battery Square and the statue of the Buddha.||Contact Sheet||100 images|
|Page No. 7||Pilot House, Battery, Watch House, The Chantry, Chantry Row, Unicorn, Telfords Tower and Salutation.||Contact Sheet||50 images|
|Page No. 8||Triumphal Arch, Salutation, Arches, Pot Jam, Golden Dragon Bookshop and Town Hall (Hercules Hall).||Contact Sheet||92 images|
|Page No. 9||Anchor, Fountain and surrounding views.||Contact Sheet||39 images|
|Page No. 10||This page shows external and internal views of the hotel.||Contact Sheet||59 images|
|Page No. 11||The hotel bar / dining areas and the hotel rooms House 4 & House 8.||Contact Sheet||58 images|
|Page No. 12||Views of the estuary (and includes the Amis Reunis).||Contact Sheet||98 images|
|Page No. 13||Views from the estuary (and includes The Observatory Tower, White Horses and the Lighthouse).||Contact Sheet||68 images|
|Page No. 14||This page shows the woods of Portmeirion.||Contact Sheet||78 images|
|Page No. 15||This page shows views taken from the woods.||Contact Sheet||30 images|
|Page No. 16||This page shows some of the places I've stayed in.||Contact Sheet||28 images|
|Page No. 17||Portmeirion in the evening and at night.||Contact Sheet||92 images|
|Page No. 18||Castell Deudraeth||Contact Sheet||42 images|
|A Different View||Mostly inverted versions of photos that appear on other pages: other styles will appear over time.||Contact Sheet||55 images|
|Mobile Phone Wallpapers||A page containing re-sized Portmeirion photographs for use as mobile phone wallpapers.||Contact Sheet||40 images|
|FAQs||A concise reply to every question that's ever been asked.|
19th March 1927 - 13th January 2009
Without Patrick, without 'The Prisoner', I may never have known Portmeirion.
So long Patrick, and many thanks.
Tim Harris, 14th January 2009
In everyday life I may be
pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed and numbered, but
this never happens
when I'm in Portmeirion.
Where am I? In the Village.
What do I want? Relaxation.
I'll get it.
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