Unless otherwise noted, all photos were taken by Venita*
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Above: Rolling hills lead down to a lovely seaside valley where the towns Llansantffraid and Llanrhystud shine in the morning sunlight. The University town of Aberystwyth (seen in the distant center of the photo) site of the National Library of Wales, has become a Mecca for genealogists seeking their Welsh ancestry.
Above: Yellow blossoms on the gorse bushes along this fence were just beginning to open. The cold weather had postponed spring for a couple of weeks.
Above: Neatly divided, rich farmland is a common sight in west Wales, frequently dotted with ubiquitous sheep. The snow covered mountain in this view is majestic Cader Idris (the seat of Idris) in Merionethshire (2850 ft.).
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