Snowdonia Landscape Photography | North Wales Landscape Photo locations | Award Winning Landscape Photographer
I’ve just returned from a couple of days in North Wales taking landscape photographs around Snowdonia. Probably not the best weather with freezing cold blizzards and even a white out as snow overtook the valley. All great fun and a few images for this years competitions.
Above: Long exposure of Tryfan and Llyn Ogwen waterfalls Below: a selfie taken around half an hour before as snow rushed down the valley. Thanks to Fab and The North Face for protective clothing.
Talacre Lighthouse north of Chester, photographed just after sunrise and again as the tide came in.
Above and Below : Near Lynn Ogwen and the A5, photos taken just off the path up to Llyn Idwal around ten miles south of Bethesda.
Camera in action. I used a Canon 5D MKIII on a Manfrotto 055 Tripod. Filters by Lee Filters.
The amazing Llandwyn Lighthouse on Anglesey. A walk of around a mile across the beach to reach the island and timed with the tide to ensure we didn’t get cut off.
The Waterfalls above Llyn Ogwen again with Tryfan (sharks Fin) in the background.
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