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Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia
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Posted By: bychan, 05-13-2013, 02:17 PM

A few weeks ago I met-up with some fellow Pentaxians in Snowdonia (for me, only a 15 mile drive).
The morning was spent around the Anglesey Barracks, derelict accomodation from the old Dinorwic slate quarry, pictures here https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/post-your-photos/223935-landscape-anglese...snowdonia.html

The afternoon was spent in the Ogwen Valley, here's a selection

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Adrian
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Great shots of good wild country, much like here.

Aren't we both lucky to have this type of scenery on our respective door steps.
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Great images! No. 4 is a text book illustration of a glacier-carved valley. I would love to do some walking there.
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Stunning scenery. Thanks for taking us along.

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Love the landscapes great country.
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QuoteOriginally posted by kerrowdown Quote
Great shots of good wild country, much like here.

Aren't we both lucky to have this type of scenery on our respective door steps.
Thanks kerrowdown, yes you are correct in that we are very lucky to have such scenery on our doorstep

QuoteOriginally posted by PJ1 Quote
Great images! No. 4 is a text book illustration of a glacier-carved valley. I would love to do some walking there.
Thanks PJ1, plenty of great walking to be had in this part of the world (no, I don't work for the Welsh tourist board).
Could do with some Oz weather at the moment here, though

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Stunning scenery. Thanks for taking us along.
Thanks Susan

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Love the landscapes great country.
Thanks Dave

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