Snowdon's Summit, Gwynedd, Wales. - stock photo
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Snowdon's Summit, Gwynedd, Wales.

The unusually still waters of Glaslyn reflect the first light on Snowdon's summit, which is the highest point in Gwynedd and the tallest mountain in the British Isles outside of Scotland. The lake is a drowned corrie, or cwm in Welsh, which is a bowl-shaped valley carved into the side of the mountain by the slow rotation of a glacier during the last ice age.

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Universal Images Group

Dimensions
3744 x 5616 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
12 x 19 inches / 32 x 48 cm

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