Categories: Lakes and Mountains, Landscapes, North Wales, Photography, Snowdonia National Park
“In the presence of wonder, the head has no answers
and the heart has no questions.”
Photos taken through the window of the steam train travelling down Y Wyddfa [Mount Snowdon], the highest mountain in Wales.
Snowdon Mountain Railway, a journey of a lifetime to the peak of Snowdonia, the rooftop of Wales.
Richard Wagamese (October 14, 1955 – March 10, 2017), an Ojibwe from the Wabaseemoong Independent Nations in northwestern Ontario, was a Canadian author and journalist.
Thank you very much for the lovely comment.
Lovely landscapes. The colours are so vivid. And the air is so clean.
Thank you. It was my first time on the steam train up Mount Snowdon and I loved it. I was blessed to have such good weather that day which made for a clear view.
Thank you for sharing 🌈
My pleasure 💙💜
Thank you, Bette 💙💜
Magnificent photos, dear friend!
Thank you, dear Tiny. Love and blessings 💙💜
Fabulous! 🙂 🙂 Wish I was there!
Thank you, Jo. I can well recommend the experience, but only when the weather is good!! It was perfect for me.
Stunning photos, Izzy, of a place that is, indeed, what one imagines as heaven.
Thank you, Carol. It was such an amazing first-time experience for me. One of those experiences you want to repeat again and again. xx
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Thank you very much.
Beautiful scenery! The rail is remarkable. Thank you for the link!
Thank you, Amy. It’s a fantastic journey but only if the weather’s good. I’m told you cant see anything if the cloud drops!!
Beautiful, we visited years ago, the train broke down and we had to walk down. Plus we saw nothing because the cloud was so low, so its lovely to see what we missed 🙂 Thank you 🙂
Oh you poor thing. That was quite a trek! Yes, it was a lovely Summer’s day and I absolutely loved every moment of it.
We must go again, we are booked to go back in September with the caravan, so hopefully the weather will be ok 🙂
That floating mass of cloud adds striking contrast to the image. Beautiful capture, Izzy
Thank you, Jo, for your lovely comment. Blessings to you and yours, my friend.