A few photos from a photography walk to the top of Bridden hill and Rodney's pillar on the summit on a very cold December afternoon with specular views from the summit
above and below-the Berwyn mountains 26 miles away and the river Severn twisting is way down the valley
A short walk along the shores lake vrynwy to one of the many waterfalls flowing into the lake to photograph this magnificent waterfall in the snow.
A circular route of 5 miles, 7.8 km on one of the RSPB trails, despite in some really wet conditions we determine to completed this trail at Lake Vyrnwy. starting at the old village car park and giants of Vyrwyn, the walk took us up a gentle incline through the forest with torrents of water cascading down the many streams coming of the mountains.The walk took us back on the road along the lake,
Lake Vyrnwy has numerous walking routes that weave in and out of the forests and take you along side the lake.
above- remains of the tallest tree in the uk, a scots pine originally 209ft tall carved into a hand. it was felled due to safety reasons after being damaged in a storm
I welcome you to another of my photo exhibitions in the new year, January the 9th to the 16th at welshpool tourist information centre. I will have some affordable framed landscaped prints and also some unframed mounted prints for sale.
I have some exciting photography plans for 2015 so please keep follow my blogs which I post to Twitter and FB from by website. I welcome any questions so please feel free to contact if there is anything I can help with.
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There is parking, public toilets and a warm welcome awaiting you. The Tourist Information Centre offers a full information service and can provide you with all you need to know during your visit to not only Welshpool and surrounding areas but Wales and beyond.
Welshpool Visitor Information Centre
Welshpool SY21 7DD
Tel: 01938 552043