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Snowdonia & Anglesey: 7-12 April (5 nights, 6 days). 7 places.
With Tom Peck 

Photo tour to Llyn Padarn lone tree

Snowdonia might be small in area, but it excels in photographic potential. We will combine this trip to the Snowdonia National Park with excursions to the coast and to Anglesey so that we can combine mountain views with coastal landscapes, everything from historic castles to charming lighthouses & tranquil lakes to magnificent mountain scenes.


We will be based in 3-4* accommodation in the lovely small town of Betws-y-Coed. Swallow Falls & the Fairy Glen are right on the doorstep. Just around the corner is Capel Curig with the Mymbyr Lakes by the road. We will photograph the magnificence of the Tryfan peaks overlooking Llyn Ogwen, And of course no trip to Snowdonia would be complete without photographing the Snowdon horseshoe or the Lone Tree in Llyn Padarn. Weather permitting we might even travel up to the summit of Snowdon on the train... We will definitely head out to the coast, to the drama of Conwy Castle, and try long exposures at Llandudno pier. We will spend a full day on Anglesey too - the lighthouses at Penmon Point, Llanddwyn Island & South Stack at Holy Island. St Cwyfan's Church is a super spot for some minimalist photography, particularly if there are clouds in the sky for long exposures. We will spend some time at the slate mines too - Dinorwic is very photogenic in aslate/industrial sublime sort of way, great for dramatic monochromatic photography! Early April means we will avoid the crowds, but hopefully have some daffodils out to greet us. 

Price £1650 (deposit £300). Price is based on sharing a twin room. If you require a single room, a supplement of £300 is payable. Max 7 places. Tom will drive from Epping to Wales with the minibus, so pick up en route to Wales can be included. Evening meals & drinks are not included. Travel insurance essential. Bookings to Tom 07515 549485, 

Photography tour to Tryfan Snowdonia
Photography tour to Llandudno pier
Photography tour to Dinorwic slate quarry
Photography tour to Snowdonia
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