River

A Walk in Abergwesyn Common

Abergwesyn Common is arguably one of the best places to take a walk, a drive and especially to take photos – we have the privilege of having it practically in our back garden.

My sister Lucy went for a long walk on the common a few weeks ago, taking, of course, her camera with her. Here are some of the photos she took.

The common is a National Trust site where everyone’s free to walk (and where the sheep are free to graze), just a few miles from Tyrannell, in the heart of Wales. It’s a beautiful (and challenging) place to go for a stroll, picnic or even to ride your horse – though prepare for some toe-curling roads!

Valley

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A beautiful valley shot: notice the ‘ski jump’ on the road, which offers a lovely vista when you dive over!

 

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Rocks, trees and bracken

 

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The expansive valley (imagine the glacier that created it)

 

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Rocks
Beautiful rocks, worn away by hundreds of years of flowing water

 

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Streams
Mossy trees reaching towards the light form a canopy

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