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The Blue Lagoon
The result of quarrying and then opening the quarry to the sea.
Rhigos Mountain Road
A view down thru the valley to the SW
Portclais Harbour Wall
This harbour looks out to St. Brides Bay
A small rocky inlet South of St. Davids run by the National Trust.
A nice bay just below the Blue Lagoon
The river Alun feeds the harbour.
Came across this rather nice beach by chance one afternoon.
River Teifi at Cenarth
Cenarth is a charming little community straddling the river Teifi, the National Coracle Centre is just upstream.
Cenarth is a charming little community straddling the river Teifi, just upstream is the National Coracle centre.
From on top of the local surf school roof ( and the beach Loos!)
Caernarfon Bay Anglesy
Another picturesque beach on the coast of Anglesy.
The river Afron Ffraw
The village Aberffraw behind the river Afon Ffraw and its bridge.
Whilst touring around Anglesy we came across this rather nice bridge over the river Afron Ffraw
Further up the road to Capel Curig is this location giving a wider view of the entire valley.
The lake is visible from Capel Curig road down to Beddgelert
Cemaes Harbour Anglesy
We never had time to explore the town, but we did admire the view whilst having a cup of tea.
Slate Mill South side, Ynys-y-Pandy
The slate mill from the South.
Slate Mill E, Ynys-y-Pandy
From the East side ..
Slate Mill North, Ynys-y-Pandy
The Slate mill from the North showing the outlet of the stream used to power the mill.
Slate Mill - Ynys-y-Pandy
This slate mill was constructed 1856 but only lasted 1871 when it went out of business due to poor quality slate.
Nefyn across to Angelsy
Just outside the community are a couple of Car Parks with steps down to the beach (Steep!) and great views across the bay.
Close to the waters edge the fishing boats seem to have seen better days but look sound.
This lake is a fishing site and also feeds water to the Porthmadog area.
Daffy 2 walk
A walk out from the Bryn Gloch campsite leads over the river.
Daffy 2 Bongo meet
The April 2011 Bongo meet at the Bryn Gloch campsite
Aberdaron - Lleyn Penisula
The beach and promenade with the ferry poijt to the islands.
Aberystwyth Harbour Arms
From the North harbour arm, both the outer arms can be seen. Out to sea the small dots are body surfers!
Aberystwyth New Promenade
From the beach opposite Quay Rd., the New Promenade with the castle and ruins in the distance.
Aberystwyth Harbour New Promenade
Half way along the New Promenade is this monument to the RNLI, the Lifeboat Station is a little further along.
Aberystwyth Harbour Inner harbour arm
Down beyond the marina, is the tidal inner harbour and the bridge in the town center.
Aberystwyth Harbour 1
This arm of the harbour houses the fishing boats, in the distance is the marina.
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