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Rain on the burning horizon. Looking towards the Snowdon range from Moel Siabod. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Sunset spills over The Glyders. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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An adventurer stands atop spiked turrets of Castell-y-Gwent (castle of the winds). (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Gale forces winds, blown from the sea, create cloud that streams across the landscape of the Llyn Peninsula. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Scattered boulders stick out from the summit of Foel Grach in one of the more remote corners of this national park. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Looking down Pen Yr Ole Wen’s twilit southern slopes with a host of Snowdonia’s tallest peak in view. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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The first rays of summer sun set the famous knife edge of Crib Goch aglow. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Here, we see the other half of Crib Goch in silhouette. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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The view down the northern flank of the Llyn Peninsula. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)

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Fallen rocks mirror protruding mounds – the westernmost hills of Wales. (taken using Pentax 67ii, fuji velvia 50)