Rhaeadr Ddu (Ganllwyd) – Summer rains, they green the forest & fill the waterfalls – Rhaeadr Ddu early on a summer morn. Beautiful Wales.
A Dipper (Cinclus cinclus) standing in the upper stretches of the Afon Dulas.
Hare (Lepus europaeus) or Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), sometimes I’m asked about differentiating them. a picture is always a helpful reference ..
Majestic Red Kite in the Blue – A Red Kite (Milvus milvus) soars effortlessly across the blue spring sky. A pleasure to watch whilst working in the fields.
The cascading waterfalls of Rhaeadr-y-cwm – as the Afon Cynfal descends from high on the moorland east of Ffestiniog.
Sgwd Henrhyd – A storybook waterfall in southern Wales. Single fall – height 90ft
Lambent Dawn of Old – The old Llanddwyn Lighthouse photographed in infrared at dawn.
Alwen Dam “Drink it in” – Water cascades down the Alwen Reservoir Dam on a winter morning.
Misty Mountain Colours – A mountain walker enjoys the misty sunset view down to Tal-y-llyn and the coast beyond. (Southern Snowdonia)
Winter Woods – Oak and Ash chatter beneath the snow; their upper branches touched by frost and moonlight. (Dyfi Forest, Wales)
January Contrasts – The fiery sun sinks beneath the western seas, bidding farewell to the January chill.
Moel Meirch – The white satin veil of winter clothes central Snowdonia whilst light clouds float in cerulean skies above.