North Wales has some beautiful scenery in the Snowdonia National Park, there are mountains, lakes and waterfalls are all within easy reach. It’s a photographers paradise and “Photography From North Wales” aims to showcase what we have in the region by letting “The Camera Tell The Story”.

Llyn Ogwen
Llyn Ogwen

And with the added bonus of miles and miles of sandy beaches along the coastline what more could you ask for.

Talacre Lighthouse
Talacre Lighthouse

Wait! We have more. North Wales has a rich history from Roman times, through the Middle Ages to the Industrial Revolution and beyond. There’s an abundance of historic castles and churches, some dating back to the 6th century AD, enough to satisfy any photographer who likes architecture.

Saint David - Pantasaph
Saint David’s Church – Pantasaph Friary

For birdwatchers the North Wales side of the Dee Estuary is remote and largely undisturbed due to the Chester to Holyhead railway cutting it off from the towns and villages nearby. There are several good areas to observe migrating birds throughout the year.

Little Egret
Little Egret at Talacre.

What about me? Well I’m a photographer and blogger living in North Wales. I visit the Snowdonia National Park regularly, even in winter.

Pen-yr-Ole Wen
Pen-yr-Ole Wen and Afon Idwal

Of course living on the coast as I do there’s always a good sunset to be captured. so I’m always watching the clouds to see if a reasonable sunset is forming.

Prestatyn Beach Sunset
Sunset on Prestatyn Beach

Well if you’ve got this far hopefully you will an idea what “Photography From North Wales” is about. If you want to see more photographs like the ones above you can always choose to follow ” Photography From North Wales”


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