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Llynnau Mymbyr towards Snowdon by AdamSherratt
Llynnau Mymbyr towards Snowdon
Having spent a few minutes photographing Moel Siabod as it performed in the sunlight, we jumped back in the car to continue our drive towards Snowdon. As we approached Capel Curig the view to the left opened up and we could see across Llynnau Mymbyr towards Mt. Snowdon. As usual, there was nowhere to stop! Fortunately, carrying on towards Snowdon there is a lay-by to pull into, right next to the lake. The weather was icy cold, crystal clear skies and still waters with morning sunlight shining on Snowdon in the background. Perfect.

After exploring the beach around the lake for a while I decided this was the best location. The trees to the left and the hills to the right give perfect balance to pull attention towards Snowdon. The reflected sky is almost as clear as a mirror.

Nikon D750, 28-300mm 28mm
ISO 100 f8.0 +0.33 Exposure to ensure the trees could be recovered.
1/20th of a Second Exposure.
Lee 0.6 Soft ND Grad with Lee Landscape Polarizing filter
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Moel Siabod by AdamSherratt
Moel Siabod
This photo was taken from the side of the A5 having just left Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. It was a freezing cold January morning, the light and sky were amazing, if a little hazy. This is a view looking towards Moel Siabod near to Capel Curig.

Handheld Nikon D750 28-300mm 28mm
ISO 100 f8.0 +0.67Exposure
1/100th of a Second
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Moel Siabod by AdamSherratt
Moel Siabod
This photo was taken from the side of the A5 having just left Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. It was a freezing cold January morning, the light and sky were amazing, if a little hazy. This is a view looking towards Moel Siabod near to Capel Curig. The morning sunlight was shining right onto the summit of this peak giving large amounts of contrast between the snow and rocks

Handheld Nikon D750 28-300mm 300mm
ISO 100 f8.0
1/400th of a Second
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Moonrise by AdamSherratt
Moonrise
The moon rising over Betws-y-coed. I was in a rush because the clouds were shifting very fast, 30 seconds later and the moon was completely hidden

Handheld Nikon D750 28-300mm 300mm
ISO 100 f8.0
1/25th of a second exposure
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dottyjammies Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
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Palidiuz Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday!
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:)  Many thanks
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