A long exposure photograph shot from the south bank of the lake capturing the sunlight across the surrounding hills. Tally-y-Llyn also known as Llyn Mwyngil is a large glacial ribbon lake in Gwynedd, North Wales, which is also located at the southern end of Snowdonia National Park. It was formed by a post-glacial massive landslide that dammed up the lake within the glaciated valley. The hamlet of Talyllyn lies at the west end of the lake.

Tally-y-Llyn from the south bank

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