Wales 2007 photos: first batch


in Photo essays, Photography, The outdoors, Travel

Shed beside Welsh lake

Shed beside a Welsh lake.

Stones in Wales

All over the Welsh countryside there are walls and paths made of slate. The amount of labour involved in building them all must have been colossal.

Oxford University Walking Club in Snowdonia

Our first group photo, in front of the view we had from all three peaks on the first day.

Climbing Snowdon in the fog

Climbing Snowdon was a foggy business.

Welsh lake

On the third day, we hiked up to a ridge but found it too windy to continue. On the way down, we walked around this lake.

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A. March 13, 2007 at 5:59 pm

The rock is mostly slate, which north Wales is famous for.

Milan March 13, 2007 at 6:08 pm

Elusive A

Slate is what I meant. I have fixed the reference above.

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