1. North Wales
A view to Mt Tryfan across the Ogwen Valley from Afon Lloer.
A view of Mt Tryfan adn the Glyders from Afon Llior on the path to Pen yr Ole Wen, Snowdonia, Also available in Black and White on request
Nant Mill Waterfall situated in Nant Mill country park not far from Wrexham. The park is named after a corn mill located at the site and forms part of the Clywedog trail.
Nant Ffrancon Pass, Bethesda, North Wales. Nant Ffrancon Pass is a Glacial Valley in Snowdon National Park, North Wales.
Mt Tryfan taken from Llyn Ogwen. This is a beautiful area of North Wales, with the iconic Mt Tryfan, the Glyders and Devils Kitchen to explore.
The Point of Ayr Lighthouse, also known as the Talacre Lighthouse, is a grade II listed building situated on the north coast of Wales. This lighthouse is actually on the beach. Also available in a striking mono version.
The Glyders are a mountain group in Snowdonia, North Wales. and include amongst others: Glyder Fawr, Glyder Fach and Tryfan,
Looking down along the Ogwen Valley over Cwm Idwal and Llyn Ogwen, with a view of Tryfan on the right hand side. Tryfan is popular with hikers and climbers
Pen Yr Ole Wen reflecting in a clear still Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia.
Tryfan reflecting in an icy Llyn Bochlwyd, Snowdonia, North Wales.
Nant Ffrancon itself is a steep-sided glacial valley dropping to Bethesda between the Glyderau and the Carneddau. The valley starts in Cwm Idwal, carrying water from Llyn-y-Cwn through the Devil’s Kitchen and Llyn Idwal to join the Ogwen Valley below
The Tide Is Out at Red Wharfe Bay, Benllech, Anglesey.
Set on the Eastern Peninsular of Angelsey with stunning sea views overlooking Puffin Island, The Great Orme & Mount Snowdon. Penmon Point
Trwyn Du Lighthouse, also known as Penmon Lighthouse, is a lighthouse between Black Point near Penmon and Puffin Island. Penmon Point is a fabulous place to visit.
Twr Mawr Lighthouse on Ynys Lladdwyn Anglesey North Wales.
The sun setting behind Twr Mawr Lighthouse on Ynys Lladdwyn Anglesey North Wales.
Waterfall Afon Cwm Llan on the Watkins Path to Snowdon North Wales, the turquoise water is a natural colour and amazing to see. Also the location for the film Carry on up the khyber