Wales very own (ex) volcano..Rhobell Fawr avec Ddaullt

Above : looking towards the Arans

Above : Looking up on Rhobell Fawr

Above : Jumbled up rocksΒ  just below the summit.

Above : The summit Rhobell Fawr

Above : Looking over to Ddaullt my next target for the day.

Above : Looking over to Arenig Fawr

Above : Looking up on Ddaullt from a very boggy path !

Above : Looking Back on Rhobell from the summit “cairn” of Ddaullt

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49 thoughts on “Wales very own (ex) volcano..Rhobell Fawr avec Ddaullt

  1. the shadows were fantastic, couldn’t quite catch a couple of what would’ve been great shot πŸ™‚ but I,m learning πŸ™‚ Their were some moody black clouds that kept me on my toes.

    • Thanks David, still waiting for everything to spring to life I,ll go back in a couple of months bet it is going to look amazing πŸ™‚

    • Thanks Bonnie, I was surprised at some of the photo’s i got this day. I used two cameras and took over 400 images so probability says i should of got at least 6 good ones πŸ™‚

    • I could wander around for hours,something always catches my eye and I never stay on my route, so understand what you mean πŸ™‚

  2. “Very boggy path” sounds like a perfect description for the perimeter of our house after 4″ of rain in a day and a half. I love when the sun comes out brilliantly as in your photos after nature’s been bogging us down with a bout of rain! And, having lived a long time in mountainous country (Washington state), I love seeing your views of volcanic beauty here too. πŸ™‚

  3. Really beautiful images. Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting, these pictures would compliment The List perfectly πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks for your kind words .. I was blessed with great weather so could’nt go wrong really πŸ™‚ “The List” is simply superb . πŸ˜‰

  4. I am going to check the map, but I am sure I have viewed those very mountains.
    Now I do know better than to call them hills; my son in law would kill me if I did!!
    Great pics.
    Thanks for visiting my Raglan.
    Liz

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