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

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Photography from the Isle of Anglesey including the;

 

 

  • Menai Suspension Bridge

 

  • Menai Strait

 

  • Red Wharf Bay

 

  • Pentraeth Forest (Mynydd Llwydiarth Mountain)

 

  • Snowdonia Mountain Range

 

  • Holyhead Breakwater Lighthouse

 

  • Plas Newydd House & Gardens

 

  • Parys Mountain/copper mines

 

  • Newborough Warren & Llanddwyn Island

 

  • South Stack Lighthouse

 

  • Porth Wen Brickworks

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).
Night-time vista looking out onto the main A5 traffic road which leads onto the historic Menai Suspension Bridge Night-time vista looking out onto the A5 traffic road which leads onto the Menai Suspension Bridge
Beautiful vista looking out onto Red Wharf Bay with a partial rainbow reflecting on the surface of a pool of sea water Patial rainbow reflection on Red Wharf Bay

If you would like to see more images like above please visit the following galleries on my website;

 

 

 

 

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