Wales 2007 photos: third batch


in Photo essays, Photography, The outdoors, Travel

Bridge in nature reserve

Bridge in the nature reserve we visited on the second day. Because of the low altitude and protected status, there was far more vegetation there than elsewhere in Snowdonia.

Pool of water

Pool at the base of a waterfall

Oxford University Walking Club in Snowdonia

Another group photo, this one with me in it

Creek below waterfall

Creek flowing from the waterfall

Cabin in Snowdonia

View uphill to the ‘barn’ in which we stayed. Nearby was a small power plant, with turbines operated by water pressure. A long pipeline – resembling those for natural gas – ran down to it from a lake somewhere above us.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Antonia March 14, 2007 at 12:58 pm

Many things described as barns are so because they are barn conversions – while sometimes the label is added for a rustic feel, looking at the picture it may well be an honest description.

They’re streams (or brooks) dammit, not creeks (in the UK anyway)!

Still loving the Welsh landscape photos.

Milan March 14, 2007 at 7:40 pm


You cannot tell from this photo, but the cabin was definitely built for its present purpose. There is even a special room near the side door in which to dry soggy gear.

What’s the problem with the term ‘creek?’ I have done a great deal of enjoyable canoeing in them.

Glad to hear you like the photos.

Brett March 16, 2007 at 9:51 am

gorgeous…you dont know how jealous I am Milan. I really need to bond with mother nature again and get off the beaten path. It has been way too long!

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