Falls of the Llugwy, at Pont-y-Pair

Albumen silver print from glass negative | 14.1 x 16.9in | 1857

Roger Fenton

In autumn 1857, Fenton traveled to the small village of Bettws-y-Coed, in North Wales, a favorite summer haunt of anglers and watercolorists, tucked in the lush gorge of the Llugwy River near its confluence with the Conway. There, in the nearby rocky...
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