Elemental Weave – Light, texture, symmetry and warmth; expertly woven together by nature on a mild November afternoon in Snowdonia. Llynau Mymbyr and the Snowdon Horseshoe.
Richly coloured trees line the river banks along the Pass of Aberglaslyn. An artwork by AnnMarie Jones. The Nantmor Valley & up river to Beddgelert, a stunning part of beautiful Snowdonia.
Looking down the Lleyn Peninsula from Gyrn Ddu in late autumn. Weather conditions can be so localised & change in just a few minutes.
Morning autumnal sunshine bursts through the woodland trees as the sun rises in to the sky. A digital artwork by AnnMarie Jones.
Frost crystals decorate a bramble as autumn moves towards winter and the warm autumn hues blend with the sharper pale chill of winter.
Autumn snow and morning sunshine across Waun Oer with a cloudy Cadair Idris beyond. As seen from Cribin Fawr.
Sgwd-yr-Eira in autumn time – not far from Ystradfellte, a stunning waterfall that it’s possible to walk behind. Here I’ve chosen to animate one of my still pictures to bring the water flow alive. This beautiful autumnal waterfall and its surrounding woodland in the Brecon Beacons are definitely worth a visit.
Autumnal fungal emergences – A small cap and stem fungi hangs down from the underside of a fallen tree.
Autumn sunlight and colours surround the Conwy at Beaver Bridge. Tranquil Salmon pools only a short walk down river from the Fairy Glen (or upstream from Betws-y-Coed). Too easily rushed past on the A470.
Sunlight spills in to the Fairy Glen on a fine autumn morning. Conwy / Snowdonia
A Red Deer Stag (Cervus elaphus), well-dressed in vegetation, observes his surroundings and domain. An artwork by AnnMarie Jones.
Sunlight streams in to an autumnal wooded ravine in waterfall country. A scene from Brecon Beacons National Park.