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A walk along the senic path at our local park in Pontypool during a heavy snowfall. Taken with a Canon EOS 500D and 18-55mm lens
forest, nature, park, seasonal, snow, snow scene, trees, winter, woods, lyn evans
wonderful winter wonderland
– Lyn Evans
A stunning shot hope you submit some of your work from Wales or any of the Celtic Nations (see group overview) or Shots with a Celtic theme~ to our new group , would love to showcase them:)Tina & Fino
Beautiful winter capture!!
Hi Lyn – So good to see you back up and running! Judging by your beautiful new profile picture you seem to have gotten the rest that you needed over the holidays! As usual, your photos are fabulous…as are you! Looking forward to viewing more of the world through your eyes! BTW – this one is gorgeous!!
I don’t think you have a single mediocre photo in your gallery, Lyn. Every one is singularly beautiful and this one is no exception. I said, “Wow,” just looking at the thumbnail. If the preview was that good, then the full feature is even better. SUPERB!
Absolutely beautiful- am beginning to wish we had it like this just to get a wonderful capture as you have!! x
ohhh lovely Lyn, nice cool shot, helps with the sweltering humidity of north Queensland!!
magical… enchanting… dreamy…. beautiful… winter wonderland… sigh… : )
This actually looks like soft fluffy powder snow, not the wet snows i’d expect in England. A dreamy winterwonderland indeed!