Fine Art Landscape Photography, Towy Valley, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK
Emerging from a tent encrusted with frost, I was greeted by this mystical morn.
Rising above the River Towy is Grongar Hill, eulogised by the Romantic Welsh painter and poet John Dyer (1699-1758) in his famous poem, 'Grongar Hill', which ends thus:
Grass and flowers Quiet treads,
On the meads, and mountain-heads,
Along with Pleasure, close ally'd,
Ever by each other's side:
And often, by the murm'ring rill,
Hears the thrush, while all is still,
Within the groves of Grongar Hill.
* This image is a Limited Edition Print of 350 for all prints larger than 12"x8".
Location: Grongar Hill, Towy Valley, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK