One of my favourite viewpoints of Britain’s favourite peak is to hike up alongside Afon Lloer until you reach its waterfalls. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/6/23/the-wizards-hat-of-ogwen

One of the little “jewels” you can find around North Wales lies just off the Newborough/Niwbwrch coast on the island of Anglesey: Ynys Llanddwyn. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/6/28/the-island-of-lovers

Ynys Llanddwyn, the spit of craggy land off Newborough beach in Anglesey, is a botanist’s dream. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/7/27/the-island-of-colourful-rocks

I like to revisit favourite compositions. A large part of this is simply the love of the view itself. But also, it helps me to reconnect, in a way. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/8/4/revisit-remember-relearn

I would have to say that these falls are in my Top 5 British Waterfalls (that I’ve seen so far). Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/6/25/appropriately-named

After a horribly congested drive to Wales, we finally located our cottage for the week and then immediately head off to the nearest café. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/6/22/the-mining-village-with-no-neighbours

Dyffryn Ogwen, or the Ogwen valley, is a fascinating place for amateur geologists, like me. Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/7/13/a-valley-of-two-halves

I wasn’t sure how to compose this photo. Should I compose for the gorgeous turquoise water? The cliffs? The nearby ridge? Read the rest of this blog post here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2019/8/1/the-sea-takes-bites-out-of-the-land