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Photoprints of Snowdonia landscapes are available in 10 X 8 inches mounts ready for framing. Commissions undertaken.

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Anthony is an acclaimed photographer, specializing in Welsh landscapes. His photograph of Cadair Idris was joint winner of Photography at the Llanrwst National Eisteddfod in 1989. He is the author of "Snowdonia, Myth and Image", a book of vivid photographs and essays, visiting some of the most enchanting locations throughout Snowdonia. Published by Y Lolfa 1993; Reprinted 1999 ISBN 0 86243 276 6

A view of Cadair Idris from Ynys Maengwyn near Tywyn the winning photograph.


Pont Sgethin

A drovers bridge on an ancient trackway in Ardudwy.



The Dysynni Valley

Storm Clouds over the Dysynni Valley near Cadair Idris


A view of Lleyn taken from the south near Llangelynin Church.


Taken from Morfa Mawddach near Fairbourne


Maen Y Bardd

A cromlech the remains of a prehistoric burial chamber above the Conwy Valley.

Mountain Range

A view from the east of the Cadair Idris mountain range seen from Cribin Fawr.



Anthony collaborated with John K. Bollard on his new translation of the Mabinogi, the ancient Welsh Legends.
This beautiful book is liberally adorned by Anthony's photographs of places relevant to the stories in the Mabinogi. The book was released in May 2006 and is published by Gomer. After this , they produced 2 more books together: Companion Tales to the Mabinogi (2007), and  Tales of Arthur (2010)

You can buy them here.