|Chris Ripper - Amphitheatre Buttress|
A few photographs from ‘Amphitheatre Buttress’. In Greek and Roman architecture an amphitheatre is a large, open-air venue, which usually has a central area for the presentation of dramatic sporting events. The alpinesque ridge of ‘Amphitheatre Buttress’, however, is a natural amphitheatre that was most probably carved in the last ice age. ‘Amphitheatre Buttress’ is certainly an open-air venue that has the possibility for some dramatic sporting events. The buttress stands at the head of Cwm Eigiau and is adjacent to the striking ‘Craig yr Ysfa’.
|Craig yr Ysfa - Carneddau Area|