Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Siejones, Aug 27, 2010.
My first post.
Well, ya sure know how to make an entrance...
1st post...sheeeesh.... just great looking....
Great skies and impressive landscapes.
You don't like Snowdonia, You Love it.
Thanks very much guys
Your not wrong!
Jeez, Wales is beautiful. I've never been to Snowdonia, but I spent a week bicycle touring farther south, down around St. Davids and I really fell in love with the area. I'd love to get back and check out the Snowdonia area, but there are so many places on THAT list that I don't know if or when I will....
In the meantime, thanks so much for those shots - I can live vicariously for now!
Siejones - I hope I'm not hijacking your thread,
Here are some shots of Snowdonia from my pre-μ4/3 days (all with a Sony point and soot I think)...
Thanks for sharing
The pembrokeshire coastline is great but yes you need to see Snowdonia my friend. I have visited it countless times now and pretty much stood on every peak from big to small several times and camped on many of them. But I still keep coming back for more and never get bored (only bored of the A5 drive in). Get up there and take you camera!
Cool thanks for sharing these :smile:
So you have done the mighty crib goch. Still gets my heart racing no matter how many time I do it and the scramble up is just unbeatable.
Number 2 has to be my favorite of your set.
Crib Goch is a beauty, I'd love to get a good photo of it without the crowds or under some good dawn / dusk lighting. Well I'm not daft enough to go up at dusk, so that leaves a very early morning...maybe one day.
The one of Llanberis pass was taken from the Pen-y-pas carpark! We just pulled up to consult the map and watched the most amazing pre-sunset lightshow. The local weather system there is such a gamble, we got lucky that time - unike during one memorable ascent of Tryfan, where SCUBA gear would've been handy; I have never before been that wet.
Hope to get over there again with the new camera, tripod and bivi.
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