Pont-y-Pair is a bridge across the River Llugwy in Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia. It's said to have been started in the 15th century by a mason called Howel who sadly died before the bridge was finished.
Pont-y-Pair apparently means "Bridge of the Cauldron" and, though the river was quiet when I took this shot, it's clear that after heavy rain in the surrounding hills it could indeed be a raging torrent.
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