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Fun of the fair caught on camera.

Byline: ED JAMES

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The thrills and spills of the fairground are the theme for these readers' photos sent to Daily Post's online gallery . Our Flickr group is a great way for readers to enjoy each other's photos and occasionally have them printed in the paper.

We asked you for your favourite pictures from recent activities and here's some of the best.

Other striking images submitted in the past couple of weeks range from a man admiring the sunset from a North Wales mountain, a sheep wandering through a bluebell field and the dramatic surf at Rhosneigr allowing windsurfers to practice their sport.

If you're off anywhere interesting this summer, why not put your photos on Flickr?

. Anyone can become a member of www.flickr.com for free, then click to join the Daily Post group, and upload your snaps. See the group pictures at: www.flickr.com /groups/dailypost

Your snaps could feature at castle photo exhibition YOUR photosof NorthWales' countrysideand NationalTrust sitescouldend up in a professionalexhibition. We're launchinga competition to find the best amateur photographers,both adultand junior,in NorthWales, as chosen by expertsfrom the Daily Post and the NationalTrust. The winningimageswill feature in an exhibitionabout wildlifeand the countrysideat PenrhynCastlebetween August 13 and September21. They will hang alongside photos taken by professional photographers and artists of the region. And there are five family tickets to North Wales National Trust properties for our winners as well. The National Trust owns and manages a sixth of Wales' coastline including many popular beaches on the Llyen peninsula and Anglesey.

Artistic exhibit...

The charity also cares for 174 square miles of land, much of it in Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. Why not pack a picnic and a camera, and head off to one of these inspiring National Trust beauty spots in North Wales to capture some of their fascinating wildlife? You could try the seashore of the little fishing village of Porthdinllaen on the Lly e n peninsula, which is rich in marine wildlife. Penrhyn A walk on the shore at low water can reveal an amazing variety of marine creatures, including barnacles, crabs, dog whelks, kelp, limpets, sea anemones, winkles and wrack.

Great seals are frequent visitors, and can be seen on the rocks at the far end of the peninsula. Cregennan is a remote and stunningly beautiful lake and moorland site set high on Cadair Idris, in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. The land at Cemaes includes a stretch of the northern Anglesey coast with two rocky headlands, bays, cliffs and a harbour wall. At Llanbadrig Point, a small disused cliff quarry, nowcolonisedby attractsbutterfliesincludingwall heathandgrassland, Castle, Bangor brown, graylingand gatekeeper. Scrub creates valuablehabitats for clifftopbirds such asstonechat, whitethroat and dunnock, and though the cliffs are too low for nesting seabirds, common tern, cormorant, redshank and oystercatcher can be seen. Explore the Aberglaslyn and Nantgwynant valleys, where you''ll encounter fast-flowing rivers, wooded slopes, heather moorland and rugged heathland all brimming with wildlife. The two valleys meet at the historic village of Beddgelert. There's a charge to use National Trust countryside car parks but they are free to National Trust members. To enter, upload your entries onto the Daily Post's Flickr site. The closing date is June 28. For more information about walks or the countryside cared for by the National Trust, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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Artistic exhibit... Penrhyn Castle, Bangor Mold carnival Picture by: SHAN AND PHIL Menai Bridge Fair Picture by: STEVE Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Picture by SHAN AND PHIL Menai Bridge Fair Picture by: STEVE AND THE DOGS The Caernarfon Wheel Picture by ELLYLL
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
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Date:Jun 8, 2009
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