Welsh Landscape Photography

I love the Welsh countryside, from the mountains of Snowdonia to waves in Cardigan Bay, welsh landscape photography is one of my passions.

Our family has a cottage near Criccieth so I am often in and around North Wales. More recently I have started taking pictures of climbers scaling the mountains in Snowdonia as the Climbing Photographer; if you would like to invite me to take pictures of your group climbing please get in touch.

Here I’ve selected some of my favourite Welsh Landscape Photography shots. If you’d like to purchase any of these as a print or framed print please click below for more information.

Looking down the valley into a stormy Garndolbenmaen, near Criccieth, North Wales.
I love the way the light catches the water on Llyn y Gader in this shot looking across the Beddgelert Valley towards Yr Aran and Snowdon. The sunrise was beautiful and well worth the 4am start!
A walker stands looking out to sea as stormy skies and rain clouds build in the distance on the Llyn Penninsula, North Wales.
A hiker looks across to the South Stack Lighthouse on Anglesey as the sun sets.
Two walkers descend from the summit of Trum y Ddysgl, the 2nd highest mountain in the Nantlle Range, Snowdonia, North Wales.
The lighthouse overlooking the Menai Strait on Anglesey near Newborough Beach.
Light glints off the broken glass in the old lighthouse at the Point of Ayr. The lighthouse here at Talacre is so beautiful at sunset, and even though the colour in the clouds was minimal I grabbed this silhouette. I love the light glinting off the glass in this one, almost like the sun is lighting the old broken lamp.
Looking across the bay as the tide rolls in at Aberdaron
The sun sets across the Irish sea as seen from the top of Bwlch Mawr on the Llyn Peninsula.