Tag Archives: Snowdonia

High View

I’ve been going through the archive – re-living a few adventures and enjoyable days out. Whenever I do this I find images I had forgotten and that deserve to see the light of day. Today’s image dates back to 2006, … Continue reading

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Lily Pads

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 … Continue reading

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Water Lily Leaves

It’s been a busy few days, so my apologies for the fact that I have not kept up with my usual viewing of your work – normal service will be resumed shortly. One of the reasons I am rather ‘behind’ … Continue reading

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The view from Conwy Mountain

There is something rather special about looking down on the coastline from a high point, especially when the tide is out and expanses of sand are revealed. And that is why I find Snowdonia in N Wales such a beautiful … Continue reading

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Walks on less frequented hills and paths

Most people who visit one of the mountainous areas of the UK (especially first-timers), with the intention of doing some hill walking, will opt to climb one of the well-known peaks. That’s natural. These tend to be the highest peaks, … Continue reading

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At the edge of the lake

Today’s image is of Llyn Cwmorthin in Snowdonia in early summer when the Horsetails are fresh and green and contrast well with the sun-lit waters. This lake sits in a steep sided valley in N Wales in the heart of … Continue reading

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The Powder House

Today’s post introduces you to a beautiful area of N Wales and includes references to roofing materials and explosives. That may sound a strange mix, but read on and the connections will be revealed. Click any image in this post … Continue reading

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