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The beautiful Isle of Anglesey, just off the North Wales coast, is a treasure trove of bays, inlets, beaches, cliffs and generally gorgeous coastal scenery.
The north west of the island is particularly rich in unspoilt seasides, with the south facing bay at Rhoscolyn a prime example.
Rarely busy, my wife Liz and I really appreciate the peace and quiet here as we stroll along the shoreline on the gently sloping beach or try a more strenuous hike northwards along the stunning Anglesey coastal path, taking in the colourful, twisted rock strata between Rhoscolyn and its more popular neighbour, Treaddur Bay.
This panoramic collage takes in the entire sweep of Rhoscolyn beach, including the rocks, seaweed and rockpools revealed at low tide on a lovely sunny evening in late May.
Where else on planet earth would you want to be on a day like this?
Filename - rhoscolyn panorama 02
Lens - 24-105mm zoom @ 58mm
Exposure - 1/60 sec @ f16, ISO200
Filters - Polarising filter used to enhance colours. 2 stop neutral density graduated filter used to reduce the brightness of the sky relative to the landscape.
Location - Rhoscolyn, Anglesey, North Wales
Image enhancements - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - Panoramic collage created from a series of overlapping exposures.
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