Talacre Beach hold memories for a lot of holiday makers coming to North Wales, as it sits on the edge of Talacre Beach Caravan Park with a short 2 minute walk you can be onto Talacre Beach and admiring Talacre Lighthouse which ...
A postcard view of Garth Pier which is a Grade II listed structure in Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales
Twr Mawr Lighthouse – Llanddwyn Island
One of the stranded boats in Dulas Bay, North Wales with some fabulous front lighting as the sun starts to set behind me.
Capturing the sunset at Dulas Bay in September 2013
I have no idea how old this old boat is, but it fascinates me, wondering where it has been and how it came to rest here.
An old stranded vessel in Dulas Bay in Anglesey taken on a September evening as the sun set behind me.
Trwyn Du Lighthouse near Penmon in Anglesey North Wales with the sunset light taken in July 2013
Trwyn Du Lighthouse & Puffin Island in Anglesey, North Wales
Swallow Falls near Betws-y-Coed north Wales
An elegant 17th century stone bridge over the River Conwy at Llanrwst, with the ivy-clad Tu Hwnt i’r Bont National Trust tearooms on the western side. The bridge was built in 1636
Point of Ayr Lighthouse, built in 1776, though inactive since 1844. It stands on Talacre beach, at the entrance to the River Dee estuary.
The sun setting on Talacre Beach with Talacre Lighthouse in the middle distance
Sunset on Llanddwyn Island, Wales one evening in May 2013. The island is a magical place with stunning views all round!