Photography from the Isle of Anglesey, Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty


Photography from the Isle of Anglesey including the;



  • Menai Suspension Bridge


  • Menai Strait


  • Red Wharf Bay


  • Pentraeth Forest (Mynydd Llwydiarth Mountain)


  • Snowdonia Mountain Range


  • Britannia Bridge


  • Plas Newydd House & Gardens


  • Parys Mountain/copper mines


  • Newborough Warren & Llanddwyn Island


  • Holyhead Breakwater Lighthouse


A brief history of the Isle of Anglesey;



  • Anglesey is an Island off the north-west coast of North Wales.


  • The Island covers an area of 276-square miles and is the seventh largest Island in the British Isles.


  • Two bridges connect the Island with the mainland, the historic Menai Suspension Bridge designed by civil engineer Thomas Telford and Britannin Bridge.


  • Anglesey is well renowned for it's beautiful landscapes and seascapes, the Island boasts a stunning 125-mile stretch of coastline which is designated an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" (AONB).
View of a fogbow (white rainbow) formation above Red Wharf Bay, Isle of Anglesey Red Wharf Bay fogbow, Isle of Anglesey
Coastal vista from Newborough Beach with striking storm clouds approaching above Llanddwyn Bay with the Snowdonia Mountain range behind, Isle of Anglesey Storm approaching above Llanddwyn Bay with the Snowdonia Mountain range in the background, Newborough Beach, Anglesey

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