A lovely pink dawn at the frozen edge of Llynnau Mymbyr, looking towards the Snowdon Massif in the distance.
Llyn y Dywarchen
Dawn at Llyn y Dywarchen, a nice pink tone in the sky behind the lone tree.
Looking across Dinorwic Quarry towards a couple of old working huts and Llyn Peris
The winter outfit of a very white tree in Dinorwic slate quarry, contrasting against the dark slate.
Just back from a weeked in Snowdonia with a great group of photographers. We headed for this well known viewpoint overlooking Llyn Gwynant, but headed up the hill to get a different view. A little bit of mist and some warm light on a distant peak.
Sgwd Ddwli Uchaf
I took a trip into one of the best places for autumnal photography, the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales. Located on the very edge of the Park is the village of Pontneddfechan, and the start of a trail leading to some fantastic waterfalls. This waterfall is called Sgwd Ddwli Uchaf, which translates to ‘Upper Gushing Falls’. The colours of Autumn are evident in the trees, and the river, with a lot of leaves dropping into the water. They are fascinating to watch as they swirl around in the wash from the falls, and with a long exposure can make some fantastic patterns.
Looking across from Newborough Warren to the mountains of Snowdonia. I placed the seaweed for this image, which was soon swept away.
A late autumn survivalist tree in a beautiful mossy woodland in Snowdonia. The trees look like they have had a hard time, with lots falling and leaning.