I'm no landscape photographer; but I try.
And round here the views are just unbelievable. A lot of the time though, I find the camera doesn't do it justice.
Or maybe it's me, just crap.
But here's a few I've taken while I've been here. Sorry for the overload of snow scenes, but we've had rather a lot recently.
Into the sun at RSPB Conwy. A great place to see birds; and I've met some great people here too.
Just down the road from where I'm staying. The snow has gone now, and soon the spring birds will be here; Redstarts and Pied Wagtails.
A view from the cottage.
Taken on the last day of March, and still some snow clings to the mountains.
Most of the north coast beaches are like this; beautiful sand.
It also has some excellent birds.
One of my favorite places; Talacre. Point of Ayr.
A very busy seaside place, with lots of caravans and holiday makers; but get there early, and it's great for birds. Where I saw my first Snow Bunting.
The next batch were taken on a drive to the north coast. I passed through a place called Capel Curig, and the pictures don't do the place justice. It took my breath away.
The place I was heading to, is a well known 'bird place', called the Spinnies.
One of the best places to see Kingfishers; apparently. I didn't see one though.
The Tram line, on the Great Orme.
The old copper mine, on the Great Orme.
Another great place for bird watching, including, amongst others, Chough.
I failed on those when I visited, but I did see my first Wheatears of the year here.
Since I haven't had a bird picture yet, I'll finish with one from the garden where I'm staying.
A lot of pictures ............... sorry.
Have a great weekend.