Day 128: Tywyn to Barmouth – Dragons & Idris

Gwynedd, Wales

Cadair Idris & Craig yr Aderyn (Bird’s Rock) from near Tywyn, Gwynedd.

Stop butts at Tonfanau WW2 anti-aircraft training camp, Gwynedd.

Baling twine, Tonfanau, Gwynedd.

Moelfre, a peak in the Rhinogs and Western Barmouth, Gwynedd.

Diffwys, a mountain in the Rhinogs & Barmouth Bridge, Gwynedd.

Dry stone walls constructed from boulders, above Llwyngwril, Gwynedd.

Barmouth & Moel Hebog, Gwynedd.

Forest, Braich Ddu, Gwynedd.

Dragons, Froig, Gwynedd.

Wrapped, Froig, Gwynedd.

Dragon’s Teeth I, Part of a line of 650 WW2 anti-tank obstacles running over 1.5 Miles, Fairbourne, Gwynedd.

Dragon’s Teeth II, Fairbourne, Gwynedd.

Dragon’s Teeth III, Fairbourne, Gwynedd.

Cadair Idris from the Mawddach Estuary, Gwynedd.

Dad arriving into Barmouth, Gwynedd.

Barmouth Bridge at dusk, Mawddach Estuary, Gwynedd.

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8 thoughts on “Day 128: Tywyn to Barmouth – Dragons & Idris”

  1. Harris says:

    Did some work in this area once and made a mental note to go back. It is just how I remember it. Lovely photos that evoke the atmosphere.

    • Its really beautiful how the mountains and sea meet here and Barmouth Bridge must be one of the UK’s most sublime structures

    • Thanks Barmouth Bridge at Dusk is my favourite for a while. Seems like an ideal harmony of the natural and the constructed

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