Hi everyone! Sorry this blog hasn’t been updated for a while - I was immensely busy for the last week or so, and the queue ran out. Hopefully I’ll get it back on track soon enough.
Anyway, I hope you’re all buying poppies for 11th November! I bought mine today.
Evening approaches at Llyn Gwynant campsite near Beddgelert in Snowdonia, Wales.
Lots of happy campers were firing up their barbecues beside the Afon Glaslyn river when I took this photo on one of my camping trips.
Named after the lake, this campsite lies in the shadow of mount Snowdon, in a beautiful secluded valley between the river and Llyn Gwynant. Just the basics here, with no shops or food outlets for a few miles, nice and peaceful!
Interesting fact, this place was featured in the Tomb Raider 2 film as the Chinese village - the stone bridge (seen in the film when motorbikes cross it) lies just behind where I stood to take this picture.
(Photo © Nik Sibley)
I don’t mean to sound ignorant, but this helps me out a lot.
For anyone who might be at all confused!