The cascading waterfalls of Rhaeadr-y-cwm – as the Afon Cynfal descends from high on the moorland east of Ffestiniog.
Stwlan Dam on the upper slopes of snow capped Moelwyn Mawr. (providing 360 MW of Hydro power)
Sgwd Henrhyd – A storybook waterfall in southern Wales. Single fall – height 90ft
Change of Guard – As the Snowdrops fade away, so the Crocus appear – beckoning Spring onward.
Blue Warmth – A Blue Tit (Cyanistes caeruleus) enjoys the warming sunshine of a frosty February morning.
Pistyll Cain – picturesque falls within Coed y Brenin. The river cascades down rocky steps within the woodland in a scenic ravine (Snowdonia).
Mainland Sunrise – The sun gradually rises into a tangerine sky above the mountains of Snowdonia. In the foreground stands the beacon tower of Ynys Llanddwyn.
Lambent Dawn of Old – The old Llanddwyn Lighthouse photographed in infrared at dawn.
Ysgo Falls – At the western tip of the Lleyn, a waterfall crashes on to the beach.
Winter Torrent – As the river cascades down amongst the rocks, so does the morning winter sun amongst bare trees. (Torrent walk, Dolgellau)
Mobile Homes – Barnacles on Whelk. A small colony of Barnacles had evidently hitched a ride on this Whelk (for whom the burden has become too great).
Sentinels (Snowdrops) – Guards from the dark countenance of winter not done.
Spotters of a spring soon to be sprung.
Blanketed by snow’s cold embrace, frosted as delicate lace;