Signpost & mountain landscape from Precipice Walk, near Dolgellau. A glorious early December morning and an easy local walk that I highly recommend if you’re in the area.
Stately, even when bare of their leaves. Beauty in day & night – sculpted by nature’s grace. Home-givers, to so many different creatures. Life-givers, especially for us humans.
Above Capel Curig – The nightly frost begins to thaw in morning’s golden sunlight. Meantime, mists meander across Llynnau Mymbyr and the Snowdon Horseshoe stands tipped with snow.
Luxuries – Italian Coffee & dark chocolate whilst enjoying the winter sun at the summit of Waun-oer.
The Old Quarry Path – artwork & poem by AnnMarie.
Autumn & Winter mingle together in Dyfi Forest. Warm forest hues & frozen mountain snow.
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
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)
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;