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Another effort from the Welshot Workshop a couple of weeks ago (still got the resulting chest infection!)
Llyn Idwal is a small lake (approx 800 m by 300 m) within Cwm Idwal in the Glyderau mountains of Snowdonia.
It is named after the son of one of the ancient Princes of Wales, legend stating that the unfortunate offspring was murdered by being drowned in the lake.
TBH, the day we were there, you didn't need to go anywhere near the lake to drown, just stand around a bit!
You can tell how bad it was, because we all got terribly excited by that patch of lighter grey - - confidently telling each other it was "btightening up" Yeah, Right!!!!
Decided to keep the people on the other side of the lake in, as it shows just how bonkers we humans can be
Have a lovely Sunday, Thanks for tuning in - must be bacon butty time - - red or brown?
PS - - Ain't Wikipedia Great!
Brown for me ... and an egg too please x
Very dramatic shot!
Moody and cold, good details.
the title says it all Fran
Just the egg for me, please, sunny side down! Great image, Fran, isn't the water clear. Carol
Brown for me too Fran. love the colours here so similar to Scotland.
Gosh, didn't expect this response on a Sunday morning!
Thanks Boss, Chris, John, Adrian, Carol and Dougie
No Problem, Boss, you're cooking, so you can have what you like!
I'll pass your orders on, Dougie and Carol
(Love the new avater BTW)
Sunny side up please with brown or am I to late, works well this Fran
Sorry, Les, all gone! . . . and VERY yummy it was too
Lovely view well taken
Sounds like a right miserable experience, I think I'll sign up! That's a lovely image thgough, Fran, it does show the character of Wales.
Thanks ian & David
The weather was miserable, David, we definitely weren't!
Very appealing image despite, or perhaps because of that weather.
Well done Fran.
You have a super p/f.
Great foreground and excellent lead in. Agree leaving the people in does add the movement aspect to the shot. That mist is so very well captured. Looks very cold and wet Fran.
Thanks Barbara and Glynn
Quote: we all got terribly excited by that patch of lighter grey
Mmm, had that feeling a few times!
love the low ankle in this, Fran...
Thanks Martin, Jouko & Keith
LOL, Martin, all been there I think! ;0
As I recall, you often bring that grey with you
Quote: As I recall, you often bring that grey with you
Yep! His name's Paul!
Lovely moody shot but have to turn down the bacon, ... curry and beer then pringles, chocolate and a malt, ... I'm fooo!!!!
Super image and well captured
You have really captured the mood at atmosphere of the Snowdonian Mountain Ranges Fran.
I know your not going to believe me but its beautiful here today, crisp and blue sky. Fantastic hoar frost.
Why does it always rain here?
Nice image of 'real' Wales
Thanks Scotty, Brian Lee and Ian
Appreciate your comments, folks
Nice one Fran,mean and moody is right.
I've looked at both and this is the one I prefer. I like the way the rocks lead you towards that wee patch of lighter sky and the people walking away.
I can almost feel the drips running down my neck.
Thanks Tom & Penny
Appreciate your comparison, Penny
It's funny Fran that even if we go out with our cameras in appalling weather we feel duty bound to take a few piccies.
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