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Snowdonia, North Wales.
Sub zero temperatures made this a particularly clear winters day. I tried to capture some of the expansive scenary, but being restricted to a fixed 35mm lens made this difficult - It's a barren wasteland at this height; if you look really hard you can see a forest in the valley, but the mountain sheep keep all vegetation tightly manicured up here.
I chose this POV to add some foreground interest.
The skyline is the Snowdon range, Snowdon is the highest point in Wales (and England). Shot from the summit of Moel Siabod @ about 900 Metres (just below 3000 ft)

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Additional Photos by David Surname (dharbott) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 304 W: 71 N: 361] (1894)
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