Stwlan Dam on the upper slopes of snow capped Moelwyn Mawr. (providing 360 MW of Hydro power)
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.
Upland Skies – Storm clouds brew over the snow sprinkled moorland of Snowdonia. (Artwork by AnnMarie)
Misty Mountain Colours – A mountain walker enjoys the misty sunset view down to Tal-y-llyn and the coast beyond. (Southern Snowdonia)
Moel Meirch – The white satin veil of winter clothes central Snowdonia whilst light clouds float in cerulean skies above.
Morning light floods in to the forestry under the arches of Cwm Prysor Viaduct. Share List
Llyn Arenig Fawr in the winter golden hour. Reflections and warm glow on a frosty morning. Another view from this beautiful route. Share List
Mists & Mountains – South from Arenig Fawr towards Rhobell Fawr, plus distant Cadair Idris and Dyfi Forest. Follow the walk for this view, on my personal blog: https://www.annmariejones.me.uk/walking/scenic-route-arenig-fawr-2458 Share List
Rock-star – The sun rises above glacial boulders on the slopes of Arenig Fawr. Warm morning light and cold mountain air, the perfect walking companions.
Of Olde Gateway – The winterly view looking north-easterly beyond Llanfachreth. A new artwork by AnnMarie Share List
Open roads, open spaces – Soft evening sun floods central Snowdonia, as the A470 beckons the traveller onwards. (Crimea Pass – Ffestiniog) Share List