Brocken Spectra

Yesterday Amy and I climbed Gambit Climb (S) on Clogwyn Y Ddysgl. While I wasn't overly impressed with the climbing (for a route that is described as one of North Wales best 'easy' routes) the view from the top was well worth it.

We toped out at about half 7pm to a gorgeous atmospheric sun/mist combo.

I hadn't been up high on the mountains for quite some time, I felt very lucky to live in such a beautiful area.
Deer shape out of natural litchen in Cwm Glas

View down ridge towards Llanberis 

Brocken Spectra

Promo shot of the open-source energy monitor I've have been developing with my friend Trystan Lea at openenergymonitor.org. Laser cutting is pretty cool! 


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