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(020) Wales

Jane McIlroy | Mt Snowdon from Dyffryn Mymbyr

Mt Snowdon from Dyffryn Mymbyr

Misty cloud touches the majestic peak of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, set among green Welsh countryside in the valley of Dyffryn Mymbyr, near Capel Curig, Conwy.
Jane McIlroy | St Michael's Church, Betws-y-Coed

St Michael's Church, Betws-y-Coed

The historic old church of St Michael in Betws-y-Coed, North Wales dates from the 14th century. It stands in a secluded woodland area beside the River Conwy and is famous for the effigy of Gruffydd ap Dafydd Goch displayed inside the church.
Jane McIlroy | Y Lliwedd from Dyffryn Mymbyr, Snowdonia

Y Lliwedd from Dyffryn Mymbyr, Snowdonia

Y Lliwedd, near Snowdon, set amidst the magnificent mountain scenery of North Wales, as seen from the valley of Dyffryn Mymbyr on the road between Capel Curig and Llanberis.
Jane McIlroy | The Snowdon Horseshoe, Gwynedd, Wales

The Snowdon Horseshoe, Gwynedd, Wales

Magnificent Welsh mountain scenery, Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) and Crib Goch, in the Snowdon Horseshoe range, with sunshine and shadows playing over a green hillside in the foreground.
Jane McIlroy | Pont Fawr, Llanrwst, North Wales

Pont Fawr, Llanrwst, North Wales

Pont Fawr, the old bridge across the River Conwy in Llanrwst, North Wales, dates from 1636 and is thought to have been designed by Inigo Jones. The ivy-covered Tu Hwnt i'r Bont at the end of the bridge is now a teahouse.
Jane McIlroy | Church of St Twrog, Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales

Church of St Twrog, Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales

The Church of St Twrog in the village of Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales. The large standing stone in the churchyard was supposed to have been thrown by St Twrog from the top of nearby Moelwyn mountain, destroying a pagan altar that previously stood on the site.
Jane McIlroy | Church of St Twrog, Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales

Church of St Twrog, Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales

The Church of St Twrog in the village of Maentwrog, Gwynedd, Wales. The large standing stone in the churchyard was supposed to have been thrown by St Twrog from the top of nearby Moelwyn mountain, destroying a pagan altar that previously stood on the site.