Watchout Fishes, Old Nog the Grey Heron is stalking the shoreline at Penmon.
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.
Misty Mountain Colours – A mountain walker enjoys the misty sunset view down to Tal-y-llyn and the coast beyond. (Southern Snowdonia)
January Contrasts – The fiery sun sinks beneath the western seas, bidding farewell to the January chill.
Criccieth Castle and part of the town, as seen across the sea on a sunny winter’s day. Castle construction began nearly 800 years ago in the 1230’s.
Flying Low – An Oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus) flies across Harlech beach, in search of more shellfish. Share List
Coastline Drama – Waves drive on to the dark rocks of coastal Wales under beautiful autumnal skies. Wanting to freeze the motion of the sea splashes but to also capture the wide dynamic range of the scene, presented an interesting challenge for this shot. Share List
Dawn light and tidal swell roll in to Porth Alwm on a clear November morning. Not far from Aberdaron, at the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula – a favourite spot for me. This is a 4 minute exposure to capture the tranquil movement of sea & sky. Share List
Looking down the Lleyn Peninsula from Gyrn Ddu in late autumn. Weather conditions can be so localised & change in just a few minutes. Share List
Dramatic clouds and crepuscular rays above a glacial moraine causeway, just off the welsh coast. Share List
Welsh Landscapes gallery, photographed by AnnMarie Jones. Share List