LLanddwyn Island, Cobwebs gone!!

by HAZEL
(PRESTEIGNE, POWYS)

Yesterday, after a night at St Asaph we drove early in morning to Angelsey and were, to our delight, the first on her island on St Dwynwen's Day.


The sun was glistening on the outgoing tide, and we walked out to the lighthouse in solitude. It was glorious as the wind was getting rid of cobwebs and the spray was drifting round us - so romantic. We spent several hours clambering over rocks together.

We try to visit most 25th January, but this one seemed really special as we were so alone. What a wonderful place - very spiritual!

Regards

Hazel

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