Looks cold, but beautiful 🙂
Thank you, hard work getting to the top but worth it in the end
Great photos. Loved all of them. Thanks for sharing.
Looks as if you had some great weather to go with the snow….thermals on of course!
Thermals were a must David :-)..I took an age to get ready…
Superb! What day was that then?
Hiya Chrissie…today…had a cheeky day of work 😉
Lucky so and so 🙂
What a great day to be out – clear blue sky and winter conditions, life doesn’t get better than that. More snow on the way as well
Thanks,,, 😉 are you out this weekend playing … ?
Love winter! Fantastic and beautiful pictures that really portrays the cold.
Thanks Inga, we don’t get to much snow around here so we make the most of it when we do 😉
I love the tone of your photos. A lot of moody light and dark. Nice!
It appears you’re at the top of the world lol! Could you elaborate about the location? I’d love to know where and how you got there.
Hiya Bonnie a little bit of info for you hope it helps http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glyders thanks for popping by
The light in image #2 is quite good!! Nicely done, but man that looks cold!!!
🙂 note to self must try harder .. Thanks Derrick it was a tad cold..think i over did it with the layers though 😉
How beautiful and lovely place.
Thanks very much for your comment and popping by 🙂
I love that first shot, and am wondering if the next shots are the view from there?
Lovely photos – especially the first and third one! They really capture the light you get when it snows. We’re getting the first few flakes of snow as I write this!
Another great post. Thanks for sharing. What is the nearest town or village to the Strykers?
Sorry, I meant the Glyders.
just wonderful–so very beautiful mean amore
Now I KNOW I really want to visit northern Wales.
These are some of my favourite mountains and you have captured them brilliantly.
thanks kindly, just looked at your pages…brilliant 🙂
fabulous – very jealous – I love the Glyders but not yet done it in winter conditions like this – hoping for lots of snow this year!!!
You will love it 🙂 must admit my heart was in my mouth and had a bit of an audience going up the side of the screes… 🙂
lovely photos, love being out in the snow taking photographs too.
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