Snowdon (1085m), the highest mountain in Wales from the far side of its largest lake Llyn Llydaw. The building on the far side is the remains of the old crushing mill of the Britannia Copper Mine which in its day was one of the most advanced mills in the country and was worked by a water-wheel fed from Llyn Glaslyn high above. Taken on an exceptionally clear day in February 2008.
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