Another amazing weekend in North Wales, another jewel in the proverbial crown of living in the North West. After the freaky wind-storm thing that hit a day earlier I found myself halfway up one of the easier to pronounce Welsh mountains - Moel Tryfan. Leaving the D3 at home - I went for the lightweight option and took the D700 and 24-70mm 2.8 lens. The changeable afternoon light was sneaking through the clouds and looking back down the valley it was a landscape photographers paradise. The waterfall shot was taken hand held with an almost one second exposure - the camera propped up against a fence post... needs must!
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