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on Tywyn beach by the Cantre'r Gwaelod/Lowland Hundred ancient submerged forest.
Talyllyn Lake, Snowdonia.
This photograph is genuine and has not been staged. I was told that there was work on the lane out of sight further on. I can only assume that the council had run out of more suitable signs :)
Snow on Cadair Idris, frost in the fields and muddy, happy sheep.
Sometimes you've just gotta roll with the clouds and the light pollution. Here is a shot that I took on Bardsey Island that was "ruined" by clouds rolling. But the clouds and light pollution can also be pretty, and the gaps in the clouds offer a tantalizing peek at the stars beyond.
In that gap, up and to the left of the largest cross, you can see the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.5 million light years away, casually photobombing my shot.
at Harbour station, Porthmadog on a very dreich morning
Long shadows in the Fathew valley as some very inquisitive Welsh Blacks come to the gate.
Hunslet loco Dolbadarn will be doing the santa`s train at the weekend`s in December in Llanberis.
and Barmouth and the Mawddach estuary.
Treated to some colour correction in Lightroom to remove the orange from the street lighting.