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Created 2-Oct-11
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A collection of some of my favorite photographs of Snowdonia (Eryri) in North Wales and Maine in the USA

Photographs are available to purchase as Prints, with or without backing, framed, as Canvas Wraps and assorted other options. To order photographs, first click on the Photograph, then the Buy button above the photo. Check your Country and Currency then select your Product, Size, Cropping, finish and backing/framing if desired.

Music for the Slideshow is from the album Keeping the Fire by Hawk Henries
Looking up the Nantlle ValleyApple Tree in the FogAutumn TonesSnowy OwlSunset over Criccieth CastleStonington SunsetBorth-Y-GestSchooner Grace BaileyHarlech CastleLlyn y DywarchenFall in ReflectionThe Beach at CricciethCompanionshipPortmeirionCamp NEOFALlanfrothenFall Still LifeCnichtOn The Beach

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Category:Scenic
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Keywords:Eryri, North Wales, Snowdonia, bobcat, castles, cats, eagle, fall, lakes, light, lighthouse, loons, mist, mountains, nature, reflections, river, schooner, wildlife


Guestbook for Favourite Landscape Photographs of Snowdonia and Maine
2.Beth(non-registered)
Your photographs are absolutely gorgeous!!! Hope to see more pictures from you!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!?!
1.Scott Janko(non-registered)
It was a pleasure meeting you at your tent gallery memorial day weekend. Thank you for the tip on the Eagles. The farmer let me on his property and it's a sent i shall not for get. I was a bit too agressive and wanted to get right were the action was and that was where the farmer dumped his dead chickens and goats. You were right the Eagles were there but as soon as they saw me the Flew away. The turkey vultures were far more receptive to striking a pose.
I just spent the last hour going through your galleries some stunning shots to say the least. Maybe we can tie up some time in august and get that bull moose shot we both desire. Thanks again Shelagh for the tip Hope to tie up some time.
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