Llyntegid or in English, Lake Bala is the largest natural body of water in Wales and is about 4 miles long by a mile wide. The river Dee runs into it and through it. The town of Bala is at the northern end of the lake shore, where this photograph was taken outside of the Bala adventure water sports centre and tourist information. From here we are looking south. The tiny white dots on the horizon a sails from boats. It was the start of summer when this was taken and there were a few people swimming in the lake. I’ve been here a number of times but this was the first visit on a sunny day with blue sky. This lake and area has a lot of sentimental value to myself and my family.