Prints of Snowdonia - Sunrise Over Snowdon

Prints of Snowdonia

Framed Panoramic and Landscape Prints of Snowdonia for Sale

The accompanying collection of Prints of Snowdonia features predominantly the mountains of the Snowdon Horseshoe, namely Snowdon itself and the attendant peaks of Crib Goch, Crib-y-Ddysgl and the twin peaks of Y Lliwedd. In addition the collection includes several classic viewpoints of the neighbouring Glyder Range from both roadside and elevated locations. It was here my interest in mountains and photography was awakened in 1972, and to which I would return nearly thirty years later with the panoramic and high resolution digital cameras.

Snowdonia is the name more generally designated to a national park of over eight hundred square miles occupying the mountainous region of north-western Wales, extending north-south from Conway to Aberdovery and east-west from Bala to Tremadoc. It has often been described as having the scale and grandeur of the Scottish Highlands combined with the compactness and ease of accessibility of the Lake District. The ancient and traditional name for the region is ‘Eryri’, but its modern and more commonly known name is derived from Snowdon, 1,085m (3,560 ft) the highest mountain south of the Scottish Border. Exposed to the predominantly westerly winds of the Atlantic, Snowdonia is a mild, wet region and snow rarely lingers even on the highest summits in all but the very coldest of winters.

Every print is supplied mounted and framed using a textured mount and the customer's choice of frame moulding

Sunrise Over Snowdon, Snowdonia
The peaks of the Snowdon Horseshoe in full winter raiment seen across a frozen Llynnau Mymbyr in the first pink light of a midwinter sunrise.
Snowdon Spring Reflections, Snowdonia
The Snowdon Horseshoe covered in a dusting of fresh spring snow perfectly reflected in the still waters of the Llynnau Mymbyr at Royal Bridge, Capel Curig.
Tryfan and The Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia
A panoramic view of the Ogwen Valley from Helyg, extending from Bristly Ridge Glyder Fach to Pen-yr-Oleu-Wen including the peaks of Tryfan, Y Garn and Foel Goch.
Ogwen Autumn Dawn, Snowdonia
Seen from near Helyg, the warm sunlight of an early autumn dawn illuminates the peaks of the Ogwen Valley including Tryfan, Y Garn and Foel Goch.
Snowdon Reflections, Snowdonia
The perfect study of the Snowdon Horseshoe - Yr Wyddfa Fawr, Crib-y-Ddysgl, Crib Goch and Y Lliwedd reflected in the waters of the Llynnau Mymbyr, Capel Curig.
Snowdon Summer Dawn, Snowdonia
The warm orange rays of early morning sunlight capture the peaks of the Snowdon Horseshoe rising above the still cold waters of Llyn Llydaw in Cwm Dyli.
The Ogwen Valley in Winter, Snowdonia
The Ogwen Valley and the peaks of Tryfan, Glyder Fawr, Y Garn, Foel Goch and Pen-yr-Oleu-Wen in full winter conditions seen from near Helyg, Capel Curig.
The Glyders, Snowdonia
An ultra wide panorama of the central peaks Glyder range extending from Tryfan to Foel Goch, captured in early morning light from the summit of Pen-yr-Oleu-Wen.
Tryfan in Winter
A classic image in true Alpine style of the snow covered peak of Tryfan and the neighbouring Bristly Ridge from Helyg in the Ogwen Valley.
Tryfan from Gwern Gof Isaf
Captured rising above the autumn coloured grasses in fields near Gwern Gof Isaf farm, Tryfan and Bristly Ridge are the first peaks to appear to visitors in the Ogwen Valley.
Winter Snowdon, Snowdonia
Early morning cloud slowly lifts from the entirely snow clad peaks of The Snowdon Horseshoe on this bitterly cold winter's morning in early January.
Tryfan, Snowdonia
The superb rock architecture of buttress and gully of the east Face of Tryfan is seen to perfection from the neighbouring ridge of Braich y Ddeugwm.
Snowdon from Glyder Fawr, Snowdonia
The north-eastern aspect of the Snowdon massif from high on the western flanks of Glyder Fawr, featuring Crib Goch, Cwm Glas Mawr and The Llanberis Pass.
Snowdon Morning Mists, Snowdonia
Early morning mist slowly rises from the chilly waters of the Llynnau Mymbyr to reveal the peaks of the Snowdon Horseshoe on this perfectly still late autumn morning.
Snowdon from the Llynnau Mymbyr
The Snowdon Horseshoe reflected in the Llynnau Mymbyr from Royal Bridge Capel Curig on a beautiful early spring morning following overnight snowfall.
Snowdon in Winter Raiment
The Snowdon Horseshoe in full winter raiment seen across a partly frozen Llynnau Mymbyr near Capel Curig on a bitterly cold January morning.
The Snowdon Horseshoe
The peaks of The Snowdon Horseshoe seen in soft light across the waters of the Llynnau Mymbyr on a spring morning from Royal Bridge, Capel Curig.
Tryfan and Llyn Ogwen
The North Ridge of Tryfan, the Gribin Ridge of Glyder Fawr and Y Garn seen across Llyn Ogwen from the foot of the east ridge of Pen-yr-Oleu-Wen.