Fluorescence, I’ve always found it fun, intriguing and often rather beautiful. I’d like to take my interest in fluorescence & combine that with my childhood love of collecting rocks.
Photo story of a Grey Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea) encouraging her fledglings to fend for themselves, by catching insects on the river.
White Throated Dipper (Cinclus cinclus) are a wonderfully characterful bird of the river. Pictures and video footage below ..
This walk is a little over 3 miles in length with around 700 ft of ascent. It takes in the small dammed lake ‘Llyn Morwynion’ and the peak of Y Garnedd. Most of the walk is across open-access land.
Living in the Carneddau range of mountains (being the largest contiguous area of high ground in Wales & England) are a true gem of wild Wales – the Carneddau Ponies. These rare ponies are a glorious insight in to British equines of the past. It is believed that they have roamed freely across these beautiful…