North Wales, including Snowdonia and Anglesey
The Old Lighthouse on the tip of Llanddwyn Island - a tidal island off Newborough Warren on Anglesey, North Wales.
Penmon Lighthouse off the coast of Anglesey, Gwynedd, north Wales
Porth Eilian Cove Anglesey, near Amlwch, on a sunny September day
Bird Rock near Cadair Idris, North Wales on a sunny September day. Well known as a site for nesting sea birds.
Llyn Dinas near Beddgelert in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales on a sunny winter day in November.
Llyn Cwm Orthin, a lake above Blaenau Ffestiniog in Snowdonia, North Wales
An old quarry dram suspended in mid air at one of the slate quarries in Llanberis, Snowdonia, North Wales
The high Aber Falls at Abergwyngregyn near Conwy in North Wales. An easy walk provides superb access to these falls which drop over a mountainside in a very dramatic fashion. The falls rise high up in the Carneddau Mountains in the Snowdonia National Park.
Penmon lighthouse off the east corner of the island of Anglesey, or Ynys Mon, in North Wales
Llyn Gwynant, a beautiful lake in the Nant Gwynant valley in Snowdonia, North Wales, photographed on a sunny September morning
Quayside at Trefor on the Lleyn Peninsula North Wales on a sunny day in September with boats moored.
Dolbadarn Castle on the shore of Llyn Peris in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales with a brooding sky.
One of several beaches on Llanddwyn Island on Anglesey. Very often the beaches are deserted, making them, to me look more remote and exciting.
Trefor on the Lleyn Peninsula North Wales on a sunny day with moored boats in the bay and mountains as the perfect backdrop.
The ancient castle of Dolbadarn perched on a mound with the Snowdonia mountain backdrop behind. A lovely bright sunny evening.
South Stack Lighthouse on the north west coast of Anglesey
Whitewashed Coastguard Cottages at Trwyn Penmon Anglesey on a sunny September afternoon
The Old Copper Workings at Parys Mountain Anglesey showing the amazing variety of rock colours and hues. An amazing location and open for the public to wander at will.
Parys Mountain, a disused Copper Mine in Anglesey, open to the public and offering spectacular scenery and rock colours
The upper end of Llyn Gwynant in the Snowdonia National Park North Wales photographed in November with a grey day bit occasional sunlit spots on the ,mountains
Looking up Tal y Llyn Lake, also known as Llyn Mwyngil, with Cadair Idris rising up to the left. Tal y Llan Lake is in the north Wales county of Gwynedd.