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The frost-shattered summits of Glyder Fach high above the Ogwen valley in Snowdonia, Wales. Around 18,000 years ago, glaciers were at their peak in the Glyderau Massif. Ice was sculpturing the landscape into huge valleys, knife-edge ridges were forming between cwms, and residual summits were undergoing centuries of freeze-thaw weathering, shattering the ancient rocks in to these characteristic splinters, seen here at Castle y Gwynt, the Castle of the Winds.

Photograph by Iain Macleod

About Iain Macleod

Iain spends much of his time in the mountains and wild places of the UK. His photography is an attempt to convey some of the atmosphere and feeling of being in these special places.

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