Seasons

In response to Daily Post’s Seasons

I have now been studying at Bangor for a year and a half (roughly), that’s approximately 7 seasons of Welsh beauty to show off, considering I arrived in the later months of 2014 and it is now early 2016 and its still winter.

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Summer: Newborough Beach at sunset, my favourite beach in the world offers staggering views over the mountainous North Wales.
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Autumn: The superbly situated Bangor Pier marks the entrance to the Menai Straits and offers grand views of countryside. Its a pier that looks good in any weather 
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Winter: The Ogwen Valley, this magnificent edifice greets drivers on the A55,  its the reason why I take this route whenever I’m driving to and from Bangor. It was also the site of my latest relaxing walk 
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Spring: Bluebells flourish on Llanddwyn Island, aka the Island of Lovers but its also good for a Halloween walk
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Summer: The sunshine down on the blooming Bondant Gardens, nestled in the flourishing Conwy Valley
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Autumn: The leaf coated ground of the Conwy Forest on the way to the Fairy Glen, this walk really herald the beginning of the endless rain that enveloped North Wales for months a particularly wet.
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Winter: And finally the snow covered mountain side of Yr Aran my first snowy walk of the year.

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