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Frozen in Time
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Light on the Traeth
Despite the cloud cover and snow showers parading over Cnicht, the light over the sea, onto Traeth Mawr, and through the snow towards Moel Ddu made an impressive display.
As the next snowfall approaches, it completely blocks the view from Crib Goch towards the Glyder. Time to put the camera away!
Fire and Ice
A snowcovered Snowdon is set on fire by the setting sun in complete contrast to the frozen shaded waters of Llyn y Dywarchen
Patches of Snowdrops on the banks of the Afon Dwyfor
Crib Goch and Llanberis Pass
Morning sun illuminates Crib Goch but leaves depths of the Llanberis pass in shade.
First Touch, Criccieth
As the rising sun crests the distant horizon, the first warming touches of light lift the snow on hillside and the tower of castle from shade.
As the sun sets, the pinks of dusk settle behind Foel Goch, viewed here from the Rhyd Ddu path on Snowdon.
Looking down Nant Colwyn towards Moel Hebog from Y Garn as the sun decends on this winter afternoon.
Through the Cloud
The view towards the Moelwyn from Craig Gyfynys as low cloud and mist combine, after overnight snowfall, to restrict the visibility.
This lone tree sits on the eastern shore of Llyn Dinas. Here the warm light of early morning contrasts with the cool stark white of snow.