A winter traverse of Crib Goch and Crib Y Ddysgl is a magnificent outing in any weather but to undertake it in sunshine is a rare and wonderful treat. On this morning I had walked up from Pen Y Pass under a clear sky, full of hope and excitement for sunrise. As I reached the top of the East Ridge of Crib Goch clouds rolled in from the East, blocking the sunrise and I resigned myself to a an enjoyable traverse but without photographs. As I reached the pinnacles the light burst free of the cloud and I enjoyed an hour or so of some of the most magical conditions I could have wished for.
This image is printed on Permajet Museum Heritage 310gsm paper.
As the name suggests, this paper has all the attributes to meet the museum standard of inkjet printing to create fine art prints in colour with a high degree of detail and pronounced texture.
F5.6, 16mm, ISO 100, 1/600 handheld.