Snowdonia Slate Trail in 4 posts – photos and trail notes. Post 1 Bangor – Llanberis.
Afon Dwyfor, small river brimming with clear post-rain water, made magical in the clean air and dappling sunlight.
Criccieth is still winter-asleep at the end of March, but the sun is very much alive and playing games with the beachfront railings. Photos.
Grey day in March, the wind and waves whipping up foam on the beach. It sounds fantastic too, fills your head… Criccieth and Morfa Bychan, one afternoon in March, 2019.
Wandering above Harlech on a sunny day. Smooth green fields well-chewed, long views, and old wooded lanes.
Wandering about in Cwmystradllyn above Tremadog, exploring. I find…
boat trip: a photo journey on the Koman Lake Ferry in northern Albania
Walking along the estuary near Ynys, sheep and pools make patterns on the saltmarsh.
Summer beach, big space. Porthmadog estuary beaches, a photo gallery.
November walk in the woods. Wet leaves, wet ground, wet feet, and rich colours. Behind Dolgellau, Gwynedd.
A set of walking guides for Snowdonia published by Merseyside YHA in the 1940’s. Love the cover illustrations.
1949 guide to Glencoe from National Trust for Scotland – nice cover illustration.