Views from Mynydd Du

Carnedd y Filiast


13 April 2020


Mynydd Du, Carneddau
SH 65189 64958; 53.16460°N, 4.01799°W


Further Reading

All posts in the Carneddau mountain series…

Penrhyn Quarry

Mynydd Llandegai Water Treatment Works

Moel y Ci

Mynydd Perfedd (L), Carnedd y Filiast (R)

Bethesda – Christ Church Glanogwen (centre), Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen (school) (top right)

Bethesda – Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen (school) (L), Plas Ffrancon sports centre (R)

Appropriate social distancing


Keep your dog on a lead

Dry stone I

Dry stone II

Looking at ewe

9 thoughts on “Views from Mynydd Du

  1. you’ve taken another picturesque walk, Graham 🙂 beautiful photos, the houses look so tiny from above… and the “ewe” is wow lol 😀

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  2. A wonderful tour, shedding light equally on the mundane and the transcendent. Oh, those mountains, that rock – splendid! The gate brings us back down to earth, the “Social distancing” is really, really nice, and those dry stone walls, I love them. There were quite a few in the area where I used to live, on the east coast outside of NYC. You captured them well. Here’s to looking at ewe, thanks to you! 🙂

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