Photo gallery: 12 bold and beautiful landscapes of the Snowdonia Mountains through winter
Venture into Wales' mountains through the lens of Nick Livesey, with a look at these breathtaking photos from his new book 'Photographing the Snowdonia Mountains', brought to you by fotoVue...
A stunning November sunset (Nick Livesey)
First light on Yr Aran on a frosty November morning (Nick Livesey)
Karl Page enjoying a December temperature inversion on Glyder Fach (Nick Livesey)
Crib Goch in winter. There is no place for the inexperienced (Nick Livesey)
“It was one of the hardest winters for years and Snowdon was plastered in snow and wreathed in cloud.”
– Sir Chris Bonington
Winter dawn – Moel Siabod. Four shot stitched panorama (Nick Livesey)
A lone walker high on Elidir Fawr from Mynydd Perfedd January afternoon (Nick Livesey)
Jamie Rooke enjoys the end of a perfect January day on Elidir Fawr (Nick Livesey)
Winter moonlight at Llyn Llydaw – January (Nick Livesey)
The old quarry road wends its way through Cwmorthin – February afternoon (Nick Livesey)
Y Lliwedd above a temperature inversion from Yr Wyddfa – February evening (Nick Livesey)
“The mountains of Snowdonia are at the very roots of my deep passion for climbing and wild mountain spaces”
– Sir Chris Bonington
Snowdon from Yr Aran on an evening in March (Nick Livesey)
Bwlch Main, Yr Aran and Moel Hebog from below the summit of Yr Wyddfa – March evening (Nick Livesey)
Photographing the Snowdonia Mountains, Nick Livesey (fotovue.com)
With the steady rise in the popularity of both hill walking and lanscape photography Photographing the Snowdonia Mountains aims to inspire seasoned hill walkers to develop their own photographic potential and encourage accomplished and enthusiastic practitioners of the art to take their photography to a higher level.
Professional mountain photographer Nick Livesey lives in the heart of Snowdonia. This book will guide you around the best mountain walks from Snowdon and the Glyders, to Nantlle Ridge and the Celtic Badlands. More than just photography, this book includes maps, a safety manual and is also part biographical. The foreword is written by Sir Chris Bonington.
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