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During the long weekend at the end of April 2021 that my wife Liz and I spent exploring the coast of west Wales from our AirBnB at Barmouth, one of our favourite 'finds' was the quaint seaside town of Aberdyfi.
We'd never been to Aberdyfi before, and were immeadiately charmed by its 'olde worlde' ambiance and lovely coastline, sitting at the mouth (aber) of the Dyfi river as it empties into Cardigan bay.
We made two trips to Aberdyfi during our stay, with lovely sunny, warm weather on both occasions, which no doubt helped in our appreciation of the area's charm.
And, of course, as we wandered around taking in the sights I had my camera to hand to photograph some of the more expressive views on offer, hopefully capturing a little of the relaxed loveliness of Aberdyfi along the way.
This stitched panoramic collage shows one of the little bays on the Aberdyfi coastline at low tide, with a row of decaying wooden groynes taking centre stage.
Filename - aberdyfi panorama 01
Camera - Canon EOS 6DMK2
Lens - 24-105mm zoom @ 28mm
Exposure - 1/125 sec @ f/8, ISO100
Filters - Polarising filter used to enhance colours.
Location - Aberdyfi, Wales
Image enhancements - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - This image is a panoramic collage created from stitched multiple overlapping frames.
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