Sunset at Abercastle, Pembrokeshire

 

Some photos of a glorious sunset I experience just outside Abercastle village

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Abercastle itself is a tiny Flesh fishing village that served as the landing for the first solo-transatlantic crossing
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The coastline use to be a valley, many millennia’s ago

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Lucky mole sighting too!

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Perhaps a bit close to the edge…

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    1. Thank you! I’ve only seen a mole once before and then it was only it’s snout, we were very lucky to see this one. Reckon he’d come up to snack on all the slugs that were lazing on the coastal path.

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      1. Given they spend so much time underground, seeing one like you did must be pretty rare. I’ve been on a couple of walks in North Wales over the past week and seen absolutely monstrous slugs – at least some creatures can appreciate them!

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