Wales - Photography - M1key - Michal Huniewicz

Wales Photography - M1key - Michal Huniewicz

Wales by Michal Huniewicz

Here's a bunch of shots from Wales. Taken in April 2012.

River Gamlan

River Gamlan
River Gamlan - Wales
River Gamlan.

Woods

Woods
Woods - Wales
Woods in the Coed Ganllwyd National Nature Reserve.

Black hole

Black hole
Black hole - Wales
In Coed Ganllwyd.

Rhaeadr Ddu

Rhaeadr Ddu
Rhaeadr Ddu - Wales
The Rhaeadr Ddu waterfall.

Coed Ganllwyd

Coed Ganllwyd
Coed Ganllwyd - Wales
There is an old gold mine in that area, but we missed it. D'oh!

Hills

Hills
Hills - Wales
Hills near Caen Y Coed.

Bridge

Bridge
Bridge - Wales
Bridge near the Hermon Bungalow.

Mail box

Mail box
Mail box - Wales
Near Dolgellau.

Sheep

Sheep
Sheep - Wales
Sheep in the area near the Gwernan Lake.

Marshes

Marshes
Marshes - Wales
'The Dead Marshes, yes, yes: that is their name, you should not look in when the candles are lit' - Gollum.

Llyn Gwernan

Llyn Gwernan
TODO - Wales
This is the Gwernan lake, it is about 12 acres in size. It's said to be full of eels, trout, and perch.

Towards Gellilwyd Fach

Towards Gellilwyd Fach
Towards Gellilwyd Fach - Wales
Heading North towards Gellilwyd Fach.

South

South
South - Wales
A quick look to the South.

East

East
East - Wales
Looking East towards Dolgellau.

North East

North East
North East - Wales
Climbing the hill towards the West. I looked back and took this picture.

Towards Penmaenpool

Towards Penmaenpool
Towards Penmaenpool - Wales
Looking North.

Gate

Gate
Gate - Wales
Here's a gate on the path. Local farmers ask you to close it after passing.

Ancient path

Ancient path
Ancient path - Wales
Ancient path above the Mawddach valley.

Ancient path

Ancient path
Ancient path - Wales
I couldn't find any information about this path.

Tangled

Tangled
Tangled - Wales
Tangled bushes.

Ancient road

Ancient road
Ancient road - Wales
It was easier to walk off that ancient road, to be honest.

Dragon trails

Dragon trails
Dragon trails - Wales
"Revenge! Revenge! The King under the Mountain is dead and where are his kin that dare seek revenge? Girion Lord of Dale is dead, and where are his sons' sons that dare approach me? I kill where I wish and none dare resist" - Smaug.

Tree

Tree
Tree - Wales
Here's a tree on the ancient road.

Tree

Tree
Tree - Wales
And in colour.

Hills

Hills
Hills - Wales
Hills West of Cadair Idris.

Hills

Hills
Hills - Wales
Hills West of Cadair Idris.

Path

Path
Path - Wales
Following the signs...

Single mother

Single mother
Single mother - Wales
Single mother seems to be the most popular family model in sheep these days.

Single mother

Single mother
Single mother - Wales
There you go. Also, rain drops on the lens.

Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle
Conwy Castle - Wales
This is a 13th century castle. It took only 6 years to build it and 1500 people worked on its construction.

River Conwy

River Conwy
River Conwy - Wales
This is the River Conwy and it is 43km long.

Towers

Towers
Towers - Wales
Below you can see the inner ward of the castle. It was separated from the outer ward by a 4.6m thick wall with arrow slits, created for quantum mechanic experiments - not really. The inner ward contained heated Royal Apartments.
In the unlikely event of an attack, the walls separating inner and outer ward created a bottleneck for the attackers.

Pirates!

Pirates!
Pirates! - Wales
Notice the Medieval English spelling: Conway.

Conwy

Conwy
Conwy - Wales
Modern Conwy built outside the city walls. Conwy is famous for having The Smallest House in Great Britain, but it's so little I failed to find it.

Viaduct

Viaduct
Viaduct - Wales
Viaduct in Conwy.

We are Seven

We are Seven
We are Seven - Wales
This church is the oldest building in town (from the 14th century).
'We are Seven' is an 18th century poem by the English poet William Wordsworth; according to some he was inspired by this grave.
"Seven boys and girls are we;
"Two of us in the church-yard lie,
"Beneath the church-yard tree."

Back to London

Back to London
Back to London - Wales
Back to London, into The Tube! Actually this was taken on my way down into a slate mine.