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The west coast of Anglesey is a very dynamic landscape, with winter storms coming in off the Irish Sea reshaping the beaches on a regular basis.
My wife Liz and I have been visiting this beautiful and wild stretch of coast since before we were married, a long time ago now, and we never cease to be amazed at how much changes on the beaches we like to walk along.
One of the spots we always stop at for a wander around is the small cove at Porth Trwyn, just to the south of the much more popular Church Bay.
We usually have this beach to ourselves, and normally spend an enjoyable hour discovering what's changed since our last visit.
On this occasion, with the tide going out, I spotted these two large rocks that I hadn't seen before, making a very photogenic arrangement with the surrounding pebbles, pools and seaweed.
A typical Anglesey coastal scene - no wonder we keep coming back here year after year!
Filename - porth trwyn 06.jpg
Camera - Canon 6D
Lens - 24-105mm zoom @ 24mm
Exposure - 1/30 sec @ f16, ISO100
Filters - Polarising filter used to reduce glare and enhance colours.
Location - Porth Trwyn, Anglesey, North Wales
This image - 533x800px JPEG
Conversion - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - Small aperture used for enhanced depth of field.
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