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Twr-y-Fan Foel, Y Mynydd Du

Round Cairn

<b>Twr-y-Fan Foel, Y Mynydd Du</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Twr-y-Fan Foel, Y Mynydd Du (Round Cairn) by GLADMAN Sometimes obtaining no view from a prehistoric cairn is more than enough. Highlighting how close the cairn was placed to the escarpment edge... the void.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
3rd February 2015ce
Edited 4th February 2015ce
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Comments (5)

Loving these foties. This one tho is absolutely brilliant :-) Thank you! drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
4th February 2015ce
Ha! No view, bit of stone and grass..... there is something else to these sites, isn't there? GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
4th February 2015ce
There is and as you probably have worked out I love the snow and the change of atmosphere it brings. These are fantastic pics. Keep em coming and i'll see what I can do up here. drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
4th February 2015ce
That's a bit hairy-looking. There is definitely something else, yep. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
4th February 2015ce
Hairy looking? More feathery. A crow suddenly emerged from the mist and I'm not sure which creature was more surprised. Top birds.

Drew - I seem to recall climbing Glas Maol beginning of June one year and the summit was under snow. So no excuse for you Scots when it comes to snowy wonderlands!
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
4th February 2015ce
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