I’m guessing today with the cloud coming in on the later photos? Lovely snowscapes though, wonder how long this weather will last…
Hiya Chrissie, a lot to be said about mountains and snow. It,s the one time you dont mind getting cold 😉
What a beautiful place!
It is I think i could quite easily pitch a tent and live there, .. if it wasnt so cold 🙂
The frozen stream? OMG. That is SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! The shadowy blues and then the blush of sun on the peaks. Holy–do you EVER know how to take photographs.
That’s a really nice comment … many thanks 😉
Oh, that looks deliciously cold! Love the icy waterfalls…
I’m another fan of the icy waterfall (great tree in the photo, too!!).
Thanks for your comment ;-).. enjoy your weekend
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Thanks Joseph..very kind of you
Love the frozen falls….yep, it all looks so cold (forget the tent idea)
I think you’re right David…not until the summer anyway
A really cold place. Wonderful photography. 2nd and 3rd are my favorites, well done! 🙂
Thanks Nandini,, it was a great day out
thanks Bonnie 🙂
Good shots, cold can not beat a good man photographer.
Cold can certainly try though 🙂
Looks like your walk was a bit colder than mine!
Oh I dont know youre photo’s looked pretty cold too …:-)
Mountains are the top of the world.
Oh! That’s beautiful! I could almost breathe the fresh air coming out from the pictures! Love mountain shot! It lift up my spirit! ^0^
Thanks Ristin, popped by your pages the other day keep up the good work 🙂
Love the third photo and the waterfall, so beautifull and so crisp aswell. You gotta love the snow and ice, just perfect subjects for photographs at times.
Hello steven, you really cant go wrong when snow is on the ground can you 🙂
love the 3rd one down! And… all look quite cold! Top of the world type images.
Hiya Derrick thanks for popping by 🙂
Nice. Looks like a lovely clear day up there! Did you stop by the Cantilever?
Hello Graham, had a few quick snaps at the cantilever but a bloke had set up some serious kit to take proper photo’s of it so didnt want to disturb him
Love the desolate landscape. 🙂
The waterfall has such a cool effect. At first I thought you’d left the shutter open longer, but NOPE, it’s frozen!
I look forward to checking out more of your posts!
Thank you for some great pictures. I could never have imagined Wales like this.
Love these photos especially the waterfall one. Just got back from a snowy Snowdon – it was majestic. Can’t wait to be back in the Welsh mountains…
Hiya Jon, thanks for your comment I trust you had a good time on Snowdon 🙂
Oh yes! One of the best walks of my life. Methinks I’ll be climbing more mountains in the snow! Need to work out how to stop my camera from steaming up though – half the photos are ruined 😦
hiya Jon, were do you store the camera whilst walking..
In a camera bag in my rucksack (with the camera lens cover on). Just always seems to steam up at altitude. Very annoying! If you have any tips let me know…
This brings back lots of good memories after living and working in the mountains of North Wales for nearly 30 yrs I now call Colorado home. There is something magical about this place and I love your photos.
wow Colorado, proper mountains, I suppose if your going to do a house move you may as well do it properly ;-).
I was seduced by 2 numbers 300 days of sunshine and 100 days of powder, then by a local girl 12 years later I am still here with a brief sojourn to Alaska. North Wales is still a special place, Gogarth, Pen Llyn and the Ladders being three of the places that talk to my soul. Enjoy. Wil
P.S. I have been enjoying roaming your site.
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