Day 103: Oxwich Point to Llangennith – Culver & Worm

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Glamorgan, Wales
First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan.

First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word "culver" derives from the Old English word "culfre", meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan.

Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word “culver” derives from the Old English word “culfre”, meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan.

Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan.

Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan.

Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan.

Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan.

Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan.

Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan.

Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan.

Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan.

Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm's Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan.

Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan.

Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning ‘dragon’ by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan.

Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

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