photo size 29.5 x 40cm
frame size 45 x 56cm
The gate was made to give blind people a perspective of the mountains, the top of the gate is a outline of the Glylder mountains.
look closely and you see the contours of the mountains on the gate, Tryfan is on the left of the photo.
location- Ogwen valley, snowdonia
available direct from www.Clivepotter.co.uk, photography
please contact through the website contact details
I have put on sale a small selection of Welsh landscape photography compositions at
welshpool tourist information centre
i have some framed and unframed mounted prints for sale
please contact me if you cannot find what are looking for
A walk up and some photography on Arenig fawr (summit 2,800ft)- situated on the eastern edge of the snowdonia national
A wild region and once mentioned in George Borrows book "Wild Wales"
This weekend Valley arts and crafts at lake Vyrnwy are open again after closing for the winter, I have put on sale a collection of photography compositions of how I see lake Vyrnwy through my eyes. I have put in the shop a mixture of framed and unframed mounted prints and also so small collection of unframed mounted prints all of affordable prices.
following these photos shortly will be some dramatic black and white compositions on sale at the shop.
some examples shown
The Valley Arts Shop can be found at Lake Vyrnwy
- Over the dam, turn left. You will find the gallery 300 metres down the road in the courtyard on the right hand side.
The shop will be opening onl 14th March 2015
At our shop you will find a plethora of hand made goods and paintings where you can admire, or buy, work by our members.
Valley Arts and Crafts Unit 3
Vyrnwy Craft Centre,
Powys SY10 0LZ
A short walk in fine weather above the north Wales town of Corwen on a winding path through oak and birch woodlands to the view point and summit of pen y pigyn and return via the interesting dagger trail with interesting sculptures back into Corwen.
This weekend corwen walking festival are holding some great free guided taster walks on this Sundays 8th, 15th march.
The walks are run in conduction with the Llangollen railway steel steam stars weekends.
walks start at 2pm and are of Caer Drewyn Hillfort which is a good walk for good views into the Dee valley with a distance of 2.66 miles (myself and glenys are leading this walk) and the second walk will be 12 noon with walk up through Pen y Pigyn to the viewpoint and reservoir then back into Corwen via the dagger trail and a distance of 2.3 miles great views on both walks.
these walks are great taster walks for the corwen walking festival held in September
please follow the link for details which will have maps and more details of the walks on the 8th and 15th of march 2015
walks start at the information point 10 minutes prior to each walk
Just a heads up there will be some free guided walks at Corwen on March 8th and 15th. there is a choice of two different walks at two different times (myself and Glenys are leading one of them).
The walks are to promote great walks at Corwen and the Corwen walking festival in September. I will post more details when times are finalised, in the meantime please check out corwenwalkingfestival I highly recommend this festival in the Dee valley