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Snowdon Reflections

Snowdon Reflections

Snowdon was the first peak that I climbed when I first took an interest in mountaineering and photography over 45 years ago, and so to this day I always enjoy returning to Snowdonia, an area I regard with much affection. The view of the peaks of the Snowdon Horseshoe - Y Lliwedd (898m, 2947ft.), Yr Wydda Fawr (1085m, 3560ft.), Crib…

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The Glyders

The Glyderau

The Glyderau – from my earliest days of mountain exploration I have always been fascinated by the magnificent natural architecture of summit, ridge, buttress, cwm and llyn exhibited by this mountain range in central Snowdonia. But whilst I always enjoyed walking and climbing these mountains, I never fully appreciated their sheer beauty and complexity of form until I visited Pen-yr-oleu-wen…

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Ogwen Valley in Winter

Ogwen Valley in Winter

I probably spend more time researching images and viewpoints in the studio than I do taking pictures out in the field. That was certainly the case with ‘Ogwen Valley Winter’. I certainly believe that planning a shoot well in advance and thoroughly carrying out all the preliminary work leads to a successful outcome when the time comes to fire the…

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Snowdon From Glyder Fawr

The Snowdon Horseshoe from Glyder Fawr

Snowdon was the first mountain that I ever climbed – over forty years ago. Then, as now, I was fascinated by the complexity and sheer majesty of its great north-eastern cwms and ridges of Cwm Dyli, Cwm Glas, Crib Goch and Crib-y-ddysgl. Those who climb Snowdon by way of Crib Goch and Crib-y-ddysgl will indeed experience in some measure the…

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