A Nantlle Autumn

First time back in a Quarry after my accident, and it wasn’t a good idea biologically, but photographically I think it paid off nicely!

Talysarn
Talysarn Autumn Slate & Trees
Talysarn Autumn

First off was a nose around the Talysarn quarry, then carry on up to Blaen y Cae. A Gorse bush has grown over one of my favourite views so it’s now not possible! That only took 18 months – that stuff grows fast!

Llygadau
Survivors Talysarn Autumn
Relentless march of winter Tie the knot
Dorothea Talysarn Autumn

Anyway, the light was wonderful, constantly changing from blue skies with fluffy clouds to full on menacing blackness!

Talysarn Autumn
Talysarn Autumn

Having filled up my memory cards I headed for home, but the light over the sea was unavoidable, so I stopped off at Aberdesach where I quickly made room for a handful more shots and managed to capture a particularly aggressive looking sunset. Well almost a sunset anyway. Rain and full memory cards intervened so I didn’t get the actual setting, but it can be done another day!

Aberdesach cyn machlud a glaw!
Aberdesach

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