Monday, 30 October 2017

More shades of Autumn - a few photos

 On our last day of our short break in Wales we went to Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest single drop waterfall in Britain. We parked by the Tea rooms at the bottom and climbed the steep path to the top of the falls. It doesn't take too long, bit I was glad of my monopod /walking pole as it was quite slippery in places. I chose three photos from the walk and have put them in order of my own preference. I love the contrasts on this first one.
 The second is the view of the Waterfall from the other side of the valley. I stood just to the right of where the water falls from.

This is looking in the other direction down the Valley. The bracken definitely makes the grass look greener.
 Now I don't post many photos of me, but as someone who really doesn't like heights I was very proud of myself standing upright just there! That water to my left is the edge of the waterfall.
                                
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Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

Glennis said...

Beautiful scenery

Helen said...

Great photos- gorgeous colours! I went to that waterfall on a school field trip for our geography o'level field trip way bay in the day! Well done you.

Gerrina said...

Beautiful again! Thanks for taking us along a bit! Have a good week!

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Stunning photos Sally, the scenery is fantastic. A great photo of you too.

Sue xx

cuilliesocks said...

Such beautiful scenery Sally, great photos and looks like you had good weather,Kate x

Daffodil Cards said...

GORGEOUS photos, North Wales is truly beautiful, AND that's from a South Walian too LOL. Great to "see" you too. Glad to hear you had a good time.
Faith
x