Fairy Glen, The River Conwy on an enchanting morning in Snowdonia.
A Walk In The Woods
A lone figure walks through Newborough Forest, Anglesey
Dead trees, killed by the salt concentration at Newborough Forest, Anglesey
The lone tree on a very still morning in Llanberis, Wales
Trwyn Du - lighthouse at Penmon Point.
The lighthouse at Penmon Point, Anglesey.
The windswept marram grass at Newborough, Anglesey.
Proud of Your Roots
Even with a rocky start, be proud of your roots - a lone tree at Dinorwic, North Wales
Window to the Wilderness
An old barn window looking towards the Snowdonia mountains.
South Stack Sunset
The sun's last rays cast a rosy glow over the distant lighthouse. Beautiful skies on the island of Anglesey, North Wales.
Abandoned Boat, Traeth Dulas
Moody skies on a quiet morning on Anglesey, North Wales
Llanddwyn means "The church of St. Dwynwen", and St. Dwynwen is the Welsh patron saint of lovers. Lovers celebrate on 25 January each year - it is certainly a romantic setting.
The lonely tree
This famous tree in Llamberis, North Wales nestles in Llyn Padarn, and withstands the harsh weather of winter.
A lone tree in winter, Llyn Padarn
Moody skies and a brave lone tree. Winter in North Wales.
A pony enjoys the rugged scenery on Llandwyn Island, Anglesey, North Wales.
Last Light over Tryfan
An icy stream rushes towards Llyn Ogwen, as the last light of the day illuminates the mighty Tryfan, Snowdonia.
Dusk over South Stack
Winter sun, and South Stack lighthouse, protecting sailors on the Irish Sea
The heart of the mountains
A beautiful vista of Snowdon over Llynnau Mymbyr, and the surrounding hills.
South Stack Sun Star
A beautiful sunset, taken from the observation hut at South Stack, Anglesey
Snowdon Mountain Railway
An ambitious project at the time, Snowdon Mountain Railway opened in 1896, and carries more that 130,000 people each year to the summit.
Fairy Glen Flow
Lunchtime light in Conwy gives this stream an ethereal glow. A peaceful moment.