All Hallow’s Eve

October 31st and rather than going off to some extravagant Halloween party I was sent off to Newborough Beach with my Photography Society for a day of photo snapping. Sadly the weather was less than desirable and the Newborough’s brilliant view of Snowdonia was non-existent.

What better way to spend my Halloween than standing on a rainy beach in North Wales

By the time we reached Ynys Llanddwyn the weather had started to brighten up and blue skies were beginning to appear

Ynys Llanddwyn is marked by the ruins of St Dwynwen’s church, once one of the most popular pilgrim sites of Wales until its dissolution during Henry VIII’s Reformation.

The sun finally broke through and we were greeted by a dazzling last sunset of October, a real Hallow’s Eve

If you want to see more of Newborough Beach and my own collection of sunset photos, click the respective links

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    1. Thanks Newborough is a really great place because of the view it offers of the North Welsh coastline, not many places in the UK where you can enjoy sandy beaches, forests and mountains all in one view

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