Exploring Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park

Visiting Snowdonia

You’ll find Snowdonia National Park in Wales, one of those smaller countries that is bursting with history, castles, jaw dropping scenery and friendly locals. When you take all of that and throw in an awesome photographer, you know you’ll get some great shots.

Exploring Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park in wales

If you are thinking of visiting Wales and want to know a little more about what to expect or where to go, check out this post from Nomads on the Road.  The pictures will have you packing your bags in no time.

Taking great photos in Snowdonia

I’ll let Mike, owner of Nomads on the Road, explain more: “When you talk to someone about Snowdonia National Park their mind will immediately picture the big mountains and lakes of the North Wales, overlooking the southern section of the park. Cregennan Lakes is a good reason to pay close attention to South Snowdonia National Park. It is a National Trust site which offers beautiful views across the Mawddatch Estuary.

I got incredibly lucky with the inversion which covered the Mawddatch Estuary but lay just below my vantage point, misty and cloudy weather is some of my favourite conditions to photograph.”

Find out more

Want to see it in all it’s splendour – check out the full post about Exploring Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park in Wales and be sure to have a snoop around the rest of the site to see more stunning photos.

Visiting Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park in Wales

 

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