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Teazleicious Diva-cat photos for the lazy at heart.

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Viv says:

a sense of infinity

1st Jan 2008, 12:12

hildegard says:

Now that's a nice New Year view. Trust you're having a good one.

1st Jan 2008, 12:20

MaggieD says:

I agree, a lovely couple of pics to start the year, hope it's a good one for you and yours .........

1st Jan 2008, 12:32

OJ says:

I am having a very peaceful new year thanks. Hope you're all having a good one too. This is an estuary in Snowdonia by the way.

1st Jan 2008, 13:34

factotum says:

There's a beautiful timelessness to these that makes them perfect for New Year's Day, a moment's pause as time hurtles us ahead. Happy New Year!

1st Jan 2008, 14:29

Spiderbaby says:

Very calming. Love the top one especially. Happy new year!

1st Jan 2008, 16:27

OJ says:

Happy New Year to you too Factotum and Spiderbaby. Finding some peace and a pause has been the theme of my festivities this year.

1st Jan 2008, 21:48

Caine says:

Very pretty. Love the 2nd shot. :)

1st Jan 2008, 23:49

Geodyne says:

I gasped. It's beautiful.

2nd Jan 2008, 11:13

OJ says:

Really Geo? I have so many similar snaps, I guess I forget how beautiful Snowdonia is.

They were taken whilst crossing the Glaslyn estuary by narrow gauge train. The one Caine likes was on the way back (from Porthmadog towards Blaenau Ffestiniog), looking inland. The top one is looking out towards the sea.

2nd Jan 2008, 11:16

Geodyne says:

Honestly, I actually gasped at how beautiful it is when I first saw the shot. I think I know just where you mean.

I tend not to get that far north - I'm in love with the area around Barmouth and Dolgellau, but there are definitely plans afoot to cycle in that area this coming summer. Your shot has made me all the more enthusiastic!

2nd Jan 2008, 11:22

OJ says:

And I don't tend to venture that far south all that often...we often visit the Llyn peninsula as we have friends there.

We walked up Cadair Idris in the summer, which was magic - the view was amazing. So I can see why you like that area. Good luck with cycling around there, it's challenging to say the least.

edit: In fact these chips were consumed in Barmouth :)

2nd Jan 2008, 11:27

Geodyne says:

Somehow I missed the chips post!

We're seriously considering trying to buy a fixer-upper cottage in the Dollgellau area, so we go there from time to time. The cycling between there and Barmouth is rather flatter than the rest of the area, and very pretty along the estuary as well..I do recommend it!

2nd Jan 2008, 13:49

Jane Doe says:

a touch of the fjords : )
The only time I went to Snowdonia it poured, for the whole week. Was great fun, remember doing the Morecombe and Wise dance on the way back from the pub to the Llanberis Youth Hostel. I loved the sixth form ; )
Hope you're still in chilled New Year mode

2nd Jan 2008, 18:48

OJ says:

It was pouring down you say? Sounds about right....

The churning cauldron effect is part of the landscape though, it would be wrong without it.

2nd Jan 2008, 23:22

Euphro says:

These are gorgeous!

2nd Jan 2008, 23:50

swamprose says:

gorgeous, for sure. it's a really special place.

5th Jan 2008, 20:53

OJ says:

:)

5th Jan 2008, 22:02