In early April, my husband and I went to Caernarfon (kah-NAR-von) in North Wales to visit the remarkable Caernarfon Castle (the subject of a future post). While wandering over the Castle’s walls, I viewed the lovely town of Caernarfon from above. Unfortunately, we did not plan for time to explore the town…the day’s morning was spent touring the Castle while the afternoon was reserved for a visit to Llanberis in Snowdonia and Gwylfa Hiraethog in the Denbigh Moors (also subjects of future posts). However, we did enjoy what we saw of the Caernarfon.
Once home, I was a bit surprised by how much photos of the town looked like watercolor paintings. I’d read that photos taken with Sony’s DSC-HX9V, which is my new camera, sometimes had this watercolor-like appearance. I decided to have a little fun and pushed the effect just a bit farther to see what I’d get. I like the results and hope you do, too.