On many occasions we have to take life as we find it. Same goes for photography. Those who have the foresight, have done the research, or just strike it lucky are the fortunate ones.
Today’s images are an example of being just a few days too early. These were taken on a June day four years ago on the edge of Snowdonia in N Wales. I had never been to this precise spot before and so it was a day of treading new ground. I was heading up through Cwmorthin to high ground just north of the Moelwyns to visit the deserted Rhosydd Slate Quarry and explore the moorland area north of there.
I came across a beautiful little lake – Llyn Cwmorthin. The Horsetails hugging the shore were at their best – a forest of green. They featured in a previous post ‘At the Edge of the Lake’. Just beyond them were a spread of Lily Pads.
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