Weekly Photo Challenge: Liquid

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

Westminster Bridge
The Houses of Parliament and Elizabeth Tower, commonly called Big Ben, are among Londons most iconic landmarks.
Westminster Bridge is a road and foot traffic bridge over the River Thames, linking Westminster on the north side and Lambeth on the south side.

London Eye
Reflections of the London eye and County Hall in the river Thames, the London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames, also known as the Millennium Wheel.
The structure is 443 feet (135 m) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 394 feet (120 m). When erected in 1999 it was the world’s tallest Ferris wheel.
Each of the 32 ovoidal capsules weighs 10 tonnes and can carry 25 people.
Snowdon Sunset
Padarn lake late evening awaiting sunset, looking towards Dolbadarn Castle and beyond to Snowdon north Wales, UK
Sunset Seascape
seascape sunset north Wales UK
Ao Noi Beach
Ao Noi beach, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
Llanberis Pass Snowdonia
The Llanberis Pass lies between the mountain massifs of Snowdon and the Glyderau in the county of Gwynedd, in north Wales, part of the Snowdonia National Park.
Fairy Glen Autumn
Long exposure swirls at Fairy Glen, a secluded gorge and beauty spot on the Conwy River, north Wales, UK
Tryfan and Ogwen Falls
View along and up Ogwen Falls towards Tryfan mountain 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.
The top of Tryfan looks like a face looking up, with the mouth on the left then the nose and eyebrows
Winter at the Snowdonia National Park, north Wales, UK
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Frozen Ogwen lake, Snowdonia North Wales, UK.
The lake is surrounded by high mountains, including Pen yr Ole Wen and Tryfan, considered to be one of the finest mountains in Wales.
Icy Shore In Winter
Frozen Ogwen lake and boat house with Pen yr Ole Wen in the background with the mighty Tryfan mountain in the distance, Snowdonia, north Wales, UK
Rhoscolyn Rocky Coastline
Gwenfaens Pillar – Rhoscolyn, Anglesey
As legend has it, St Gwenfaen from whom the church at Rhoscolyn and medieval well nearby are named after, took refuge on top of this rock stack after fleeing her hermitage from viking raiders.
As the tide came in and threatened to cover her rocky refuge, the angels descended and carried her away.
Rhoscolyn is a village located on Holy Island, Anglesey, Wales. It is just over five miles south of Holyhead and is the most southerly settlement on the island. The name Rhoscolyn is said to mean The Moor (Rhos) of The Column (colyn), referring to a pillar which the Romans put up to mark the edge of their territories.

Rhoscolyn Coastline Anglesey
Rhoscolyn lies in the south western corner of Holy Island, Anglesey, Wales, looking out into the Irish Sea. The defining feature of the landscape here is the dramatic, rocky coastline were there are numerous inlets and coves.
Anglesey is an important study area for some of the most ancient rocks on our planet and Rhoscolyn is one of the island’s finest geological locations. It offers a spectacular display of complex, folded rocks which were old long before the mountains of Snowdonia even existed. Anglesey has long been, and continues to be, the focus of much interest, world-wide, by research scientists and students alike.
Cwm Idwal Reflections
The snow covered mountains of Cwm Idwal, 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, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, UK

 

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