I got up early for sunrise with the intention of climbing something in the Ogwen Valley and flying from the summit on my lightweight paraglider. As I scrolled through the weather forecast over my porridge I realised the plan had to change and so ended up traversing Crib Goch for a sunrise that didn’t happen as a bank of cloud rolled in. Fortunately though the golden hour really kicked off and this is one of my favourite shots of Snowdon where she looks like the mighty mountain she truly is.
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.
Shot at F3.2 at 18mm, 100 ISO on my Panasonic Lumix S1H Full Frame camera.