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. 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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