Silent Sunday 20.4.14

Author: Sarah Mummy

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    • Thanks very much! I like the bird too, had no idea it was there until I saw the photo!

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    • Ha ha, yes, he does look like that!

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    • It almost certainly is, but we didn’t take the train, we walked!

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    • Thank you, what a lovely thing to say 🙂

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    • It was VERY high up! That’s very near to the top of Snowdon.

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  1. Brilliant-how did it go? We made it up Arthur’s Seat (well, the 3 year old did, but the 7 year old got too scared to get to the very top.)

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    • Funnily enough, we had a very similar situation, Iona! It was hard work, that’s for sure.

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  2. Stunning scenery – someone looks like he’s taking it all in!

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    • Thanks, Kara, he absolutely loves it!

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    • It most certainly is! x

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    • Thanks very much. It’s Snowdon.

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  3. Now that’s what I call a view – Snowdon? Love the bird on the left, bet he’s scouting for picnic crumbs!

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    • I bet he is! I hadn’t even realised the bird was there, but I like it!

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  4. Fantastic shot. Love the contrast of the colourful clothes in the foreground against the spectacular, vast background. Were you up Snowdon?

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    • We certainly were! Thanks very much, I liked the contrast of the colours too.

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    • Thanks very much. x

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  5. Amazing view. Looks like those train tracks are going down a very steep hill! Mel

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  6. What an incredible view, I really want to climb this

    Thank you for linking up

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    • It is a fantastic experience, but harder than I thought it would be! Always a pleasure to link up 🙂

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    • Thanks very much, it does look rather like that, doesn’t it!

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  7. What a dramatic shot, where does that line go? Looks like it is going into free fall.

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    • It goes all the way to ground level, but it does look rather like falling into oblivion there.

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  8. Lovely photo. The view is amazing. What a great location for a hike exploring and taking some fab photos. Happy Easter!! #silentsunday

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  9. Fantastic photo and beautiful view. What a great location for a hike, exploring and taking some fab photos. Happy Easter!! #silentsunday

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    • Thanks very much. The views were stunning! x

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  10. Great shot Sarah, whoo I would not be able to stand so close to the edge …

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    • Thanks, Claire. The edge was pretty scary in parts!

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    • Thanks very much 🙂

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  11. I don’t think I am able to emphasise just how much I love this photo. Railways are a true love of mine, and this steep specimen, coupled with the incredible view and landscape makes for a perfect pic.

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    • What a lovely thing to say, Fiona! Really appreciate that.

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  12. This looks so like a shot from Cairngorm mountain, Aviemore Scotland, but i’m guessing from the comments its not? We were there last autumn…. PS Like the blog redesign….

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    • Thanks very much, glad you like the new blog, Siobhan! I love it and I’m taking none of the credit! It’s Snowdon, but I guess high mountain looks quite similar to another?

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  13. It certainly isn’t! My younger son freaked out a bit.

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  14. Fabulous shot! Amazing view and the train tracks disappearing gave me a shiver of fright!

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  15. What a stunning view, although those tracks disappearing down the hill are a bit scary! Love that you caught a bird in shot too x

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    • Thanks very much, Sara. The whole place is scary! I was pleased with the bird, had no idea it was there when I took the pic!

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    • Thanks very much 🙂

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    • It’s Snowdon 🙂

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    • Thanks, Leanne. There are so many stunning views around there.

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