I’m a member of the Hailsham Photographic Society and have been for many years. I was awarded the Associateship (ARPS) of the Royal Photographic Society in 2005 with a panel of black and white photographs printed from 35mm negatives in my darkroom and featuring the mountain regions of the Lake District, the Scottish Highlands and Snowdonia, North Wales.
I first visited Snowdonia in 1999 and have been returning several times a year ever since to photograph the amazing mountain landscape. The two photographs displayed here are of the wild ponies of the Carneddau area and were made just prior to the Coronavirus lockdown. Wild ponies have been roaming freely over the Carneddau mountains, probably the least visited part of Snowdonia for hundreds of years, away from the crowds on Mount Snowdon itself and the many other popular locations of the area.
Ponies of the Carneddau, Snowdonia
Inkjet print (framed) 50cm x 40cm (incl frame)
Pony of the Carneddau, Snowdonia
Inkjet print (framed) 50cm x 40cm (incl farme)