Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian

In response to the WordPress Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian

Lack of pedestrians ….

Path Into The Forest
Steps and log bench in a beautiful Welsh forest

Decorative Iron Gate
Decorative Iron Gate leading to the wooden Footbridge at the base of Llyn Idwal, Tryfan and the Devils Kitchen, snowdonia national park, north Wales, UK
Snowdon Summit
Popular miners trial up to Mount Snowdon the highest mountain in Wales, at an elevation of 1,085 metres above sea level, and the highest point in the British Isles outside the Scottish Highlands. Snowdonia National Park, north Wales UK
Path to Lake Idwal
Llyn Idwal is a small lake that lies within Cwm Idwal in the Glyderau mountains of Snowdonia, North Wales UK. Cwm Idwal is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the cwm was also the first nature Reserve in Wales, being designated as such in 1954. The area around the lake has much interesting geology and botany and is popular for walking, climbing and, in the winter months, ice climbing.
The Barracks
The Barracks comprised two rows of 11 dwellings, served as accommodation for quarrymen, they would spend the week based in the barracks working in the quarry, leaving their homes very early on Monday morning and returning Saturday afternoon. Conditions were spartan. Each two-room unit had a living area with a fireplace and a sleeping area for four men. Facilities were scant no running water, toilets or electricity. Public-health inspectors closed down these barracks in 1948. Dinorwic Quarry, Llanberis north Wales, UK
Woodland Walk
Welsh Woodland path through the Bluebells
Colours Of Fall
a walk in the park
Take a Break
resting place in a beautiful spring garden
Miners Track Snowdonia
causeway across Llyn Llydaw on the Miners Track Snowdonia National Park north Wales UK
Tryfan Mountain Track
Tryfan mountain forms part of the Glyderau group, and is one of the most famous and recognisable peaks in Britain, having a classic pointed shape with rugged crags. At 917.5 m above sea level it is the fifteenth highest mountain in Wales.
Follow The Path
Nant Gwrtheyrn or “the Nant” as it is often called, is a magical place located in a former quarrying village on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula in North Wales, UK
Reflection Of Autumn
Llangollen Canal is one of the most popular canals for holidaymakers in Britain.
Lead The Way
Llyn Mair is a beautiful lake nestled within the Vale of Ffestiniog north Wales. The lake is surrounded by mixed woodland and designated a Special Area of Conservation. Llyn Mair enjoys a wealth of wildlife, with frequenting bird species such as Heron, Yellow Wagtail, Pied Wagtail and Osprey, as well as insects including Damselfly and Dragonfly. Over the winter season, the lake is a magnet for diving and dabbling wild ducks and during the summer, water lilies are a striking sight to behold.
Bridge to Idwal Lake
Winter at the wooden foot bridge leading to Cwm Idwal lake, Snowdonia, north Wales UK. Cwm Idwal is a very popular attraction for visitors interested in walking, climbing, fishing and geology. Cwm Idwal is a national nature reserve, and one of the few places in Britain where the Snowdon Lilly can be found. It is an area to be treated with extra special respect. It is an area which is home to lots of wildlife.

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23 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian

  1. All the photos bring such a sense of peace to the onlookers and for me a sense of curiosity about what is around the corner, at the end of the trail, or in the barracks. Beautiful photos of a beautiful “home” you have. Thanks for sharing.

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