35 Photos - Mar 29, 2012
Photo: Photo: When the sun plays hide and seek it leaves in its wake a beautiful golden glow.  I looked all night for the sun but didn't find it again until the morning!Photo: Great Orme in Llandudno North Wales.Photo: Photo: Sunrise over the harbour © Steve Gill - Prints available at: http://www.stevegillphotography.co.uk licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Photo: Rudyard Lake boats © Steve Gill - Prints available at: http://www.stevegillphotography.co.uk licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Photo: Rhos on Sea © Steve GillPhoto: Evening sun over CricciethPhoto: The beach at Rhos on sea shows a bed of mussels at low tide.Photo: Castleton starts to wake from its slumbers.Photo: Photo: The tree draws in its blanket of clouds, Whilst the tree, standing alone looks on and sees the warming glow of daylight disappear.The tree, no summer leaves to keep it warm, prepares for a long winter night alone, its only friend the peace the night will bring.Photo: 'Porth Twr Mawr' - Ynys Llanddwyn, AngleseyPhoto: Sun breaks through the clouds showing its rays of light at sunsetPhoto: Castleton starts to wake from its slumbers.Photo: Sunrise over a beach in Wales showing red skyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Ty Hwnt i'r Bont tea shop © Steve Gill - spuddebs@gmail.comPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Lead me onPhoto: Photo: Over 600 years seperate the two buildings yet during the second world war they both served to protect the Northumberland coastline.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Which wayPhoto: Photo: Is that a song I can hear?

The ring of stones found in Happy Valley overlooking Llandudno in North Wales was the site of the Welsh National Eisteddfod which were held there in 1963.  The National Eisteddfod is traditionally held in the first week of August and the competitions are all held in the Welsh language.  To signify that the Eisteddfod has been held a circle of stones is created, these stone circles are icons all across Wales and signify the Eisteddfod having visited.

Happy Valley lies on the lower slopes of the Great Orme and looks across the pier to the Little Orme - I love it here! Photo: Photo: Photo: Me and my shadow(s)

The mist helps isolate interesting features in Delamere Forest.Photo: