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Photos from Isle of Anglesey - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

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170201Holyhead Mountain from Twrideen, Rhoscolyn
170202Bwa Gwyn (White Arch), Rhoscolyn
170203Porth Saint near Rhoscolyn
170204St.Gwenfaen's Well, Rhoscolyn headland
170205Gorse below Coastguard Lookout, Rhoscolyn headland
170206The blue painted gate, Borthwen beach near Rhoscolyn
170207Coastal scenery towards Silver Bay
170208Woodland path between Silver Bay and Rhoscolyn village
293301Cemaes Bay and Wylfa Power Station
293302Porth Padrig
293303Cliffs near Ogof Gynfa
293304Dinas Gynfor
293305Porth Llanlleiana
303901South Stack lighthouse, Holy Island
303902North Stack, Holy Island, Anglesey
303903Holyhead Mountain rises to 220m
303904Holyhead is a port for Irish ferry traffic
303905Holyhead Mountain seen from the west
304001Thatched cottages located at Swtan
304002A stormy sea at Church Bay
304003Holyhead Mountain from Church Bay beach
304004The village of Swtan is located on the cliffs of Church Bay
304005Coastal path from Church Bay to Carmel Head
304006Mynydd y Garn near Swtan
304301The sands of Llanddwyn beach provide a grand viewpoint for the mountains and hills on the mainland
304302Sands of Llanddwyn beach with Snowdonia on the skyline
304303A row of cottages on Llanddwyn Island
304304Rocks of Ynys y Clochydd & the Eifls
304305Former lighthouse at tip of Llanddwyn Island
304306Sunset at southwestern tip of Llanddwyn Island
358001The track leading past Mynachdy to Carmel Head
358002The small lake near Mynachdy
358003The southern cliffs of Carmel Head
358004Looking back to Mynydd y Garn from the summit of Carmel Head
358005Looking across to the Skerries from Carmel Head
358006The mine ruins and daymarker near Carmel Head
358007The other daymarker near Carmel Head
358008The coast looking east from Hen Borth
358009Mynydd y Garn seen from the path leading back to the start

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