A Walk in the Woods: Snowdonia

Well I didn’t see any teddy bears having picnics or a house belonging to three bears, nor did red riding hood make an appearance. What I did see, was a stunning expanse of majestic trees and lush greenery while enjoying the sound of pure, simple, earthly peace, interrupted only by  the subtle sounds of nature – birds, waterfalls and the gravel crunching from those of us walking through it.

Rhaeadr Ddu (Black Waterfalls) at Coed Ganllwyd Woods Nature Reserve, Wales UK  – yet another welsh gem, a wonderful escape into a scenery that conjures up memories of story books and children’s tales – made all the more beautiful by the incredibly good summer weather we’re having in the UK this year!

Hot hot hot!! 🔆

 

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