Check out this aerial of a beautiful spot in northwestern Wales, compliments of alexukexplorer. It's the area around the village of Tanygrisiau, which lies within the town of Blaenau Ffestiniog in County Gwynedd. The village was once a mining town famous for its slate; however, the mines closed in the 1970's. The villages lies along the southern slopes of the Moelwynion Mountains. The entire area is part of Snowdonia National Park, one of three national parks in Wales, which covers much of the northwestern corner of the region.