I have managed to return to the old copper mine workings in Cwm Bychan after three months absence. One of the good points about this part of the Snowdonia National Park is the way that they let nature takes its course on the majority of areas like this. There are, of course, the obligatory seats and paths but the National Park make no efforts to ‘beautify’ the area.
Unfortunately March in North Wales usually means rain, which may not agree with digital backs on Hasselblads, but does create some interesting tones and colours. Wet colours are so much more saturated than dry ones.