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A Pussy willow Salix caprea, is one of many pioneer plants that have colonized the abandoned slate quarries of Dinorwig in Snowdonia, Wales. Seven hundred acres of mountainside were excavated for over two hundred and fifty years. Today, rowan, hazel, willow and heather have taken a hold on thin soils in cracks and ledges. Since quarry closure in 1969, nature is slowly returning to the mountain.

Photograph by Lizzie Shepherd

About Lizzie Shepherd

Lizzie Shepherd is a professional photographer, writer and teacher, based in North Yorkshire, specialising in landscape, nature and travel photography. She runs small group photography workshops, offers 1-2-1 tuition and also provides commercial photography services to a number of different clients. She has a range of framed prints on display at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton and you can see much more of her work on her website.

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