Day 104: Llangennith to Berges Island – Jelly & Iron

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Glamorgan, Wales

 

Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan.

Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan.

Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan.

Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan.

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8 thoughts on “Day 104: Llangennith to Berges Island – Jelly & Iron”

    • Thanks – yes it certainly fills the hard drives up quickly! The detail is remarkable – in the top image in this collection you can make out the beak and colouring of the oystercatchers which adds a lot of beauty to a large print. Glad you enjoyed the podcast

  1. jmacindoe says:

    Wonderful photos! I especially like the lighthouse with the reflection in the water. Nicely done!

    • thanks very much. That lighthouse was irresistible! The muscle shell harvesters were around for the low tide too and they must have been amused at the man squatting down every few moments looking for the perfect reflection

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