Just below the summit of Carnedd Llewelyn one early morning, I'd been sitting on a rock for half an hour waiting for the dense blanket of cloud to clear from around me. The forecast for the day ahead had been excellent so I was confident it would eventually vanish. When it did, the process was swift. It took just ten minutes for the swirling mists to vanish up and over the surrounding peaks, one of which was Foel Grach, the 8th highest mountain in Wales.
Image Size: 30 x 21 cm.
Foel Grach Clearing
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