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Carnedd Lwyd, Tyrrau Mawr (Cadair Idris)

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Carnedd Lwyd, Tyrrau Mawr (Cadair Idris) (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN Looking westward from Pen-y-Gadair the scene is - in a very literal sense - legendary.... the splendid facade of Cyfrwy duly forming the western 'arm' of 'The Chair of Idris'. Not something you can get from DFS, to be sure. Beyond, note the equally superb positionning of the cairn cemetery upon the shoulder of Tyrrau Mawr.... as well as the profile of Pared-y-Cefn-Hir.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
19th January 2013ce
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