following a walk from one of the brilliant Kittiwake books (Berwyn mountains and the Ceirog valley) this walk took us to the summit to Moel Fferna by following a few sections of the North Berwyn Way walk with a total distance of 18km.
Starting at Glyndyfrdwy just of the A5 only 7 miles from Llangollan and 3 miles from Corwen, this walk took us over fields, open heather moors of the northern end of the great and remote Berwyn mountain range, to the 2066ft summit of Moel Fferna with view of every mountain range in north wales, descending to the Moel Fferna slate mine, then onto an old tram way into a deep wooded gorge full of small water falls and hidden history
here are a few photos i have recently taken in this amazing poppy field deep in the Shropshire countryside
Taking you along the old Ruabon to Barmouth railway line from the historic town of Dolgellau to the popular seaside town of Barmouth, you'll be wowed by the stunning views of the Mawddach estuary and Cadair Idris, this route is a brilliant place for some photography and a brilliant cycling or walking route
below; some tilt-shift photography
above WW2 anti-tank blocks
above; a mine we wound while exploring
below; the tide going out on our return trip
below, a couple of photos using a start filler filter
a brilliant turn out this year for the annual welshpool airshow with plenty of photography opportunity's.
here are a few random photos from this years event