Thursday, 13 June 2013

Journalism works

Snowdon lives up to its name.
Peter spends a lot of time showing journalists from the UK and overseas around his favourite haunts in North Wales. He does this because editorial in newspapers and magazines is a powerful motivator for people when they look for holidays. It is far more cost effective than paid advertisements and it gives a much better image of Wales to consumers. An article has just been posted on the National Parks Traveller website, and more are promised. All of them are the result of three days of hard work put in by Peter after he met the journalist, Randy Johnson, at Manchester Airport on April the 25th. One of the things he did was to guide him on his way up Snowdon, where he took these wonderful photographs. It was one of those days of transition between winter and summer. The sun was shining, but there was snow on the ground.

Looking towards the Llyn Peninsula, where it looks as if it's about to snow.

An easy section of the Llanberis path, except for the black ice.

Randy takes some video shots looking south east.

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