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Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Gwent. Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Carmarthen Castle, Gwent. Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.

Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Gwent. Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Gwent. Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Road near Llangain, Gwent. Road near Llangain, Dyfed.

Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Gwent. Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Dyfed.

Road marker, near Llangain, Gwent. Road marker, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Gwent. Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Dyfed.

Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent. Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Path to Llansteffan, Gwent. Path to Llansteffan, Dyfed.

River Towy from Llansteffan, Gwent. River Towy from Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Gwent. Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Gwent. Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

Wharley Point, Gwent. Wharley Point, Dyfed.

Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Gwent. Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Dyfed.

East marsh, Laugharne, Gwent. East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Gwent. Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Dyfed.

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Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed. Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

Rail lines, Kidwelly Dyfed. Rail lines, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed. Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed.

Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed. Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed. St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed.

Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed. Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed.

South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed. Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.

River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed. River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed. Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed.

Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed. Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.

Cwmyrarian, Dyfed. Cwmyrarian, Dyfed.

Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed. Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed.

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River Loughor, Dyfed. River Loughor, Dyfed.

Bridge in a field. Section of the original wooden Loughor railway viaduct designed by Brunel in 1952. Dyfed Bridge in a field. Section of the original wooden Loughor railway viaduct designed by Brunel in 1852, Dyfed

Machynys, Llanelli, Dyfed. Machynys, Llanelli, Dyfed.

Gower from Burry Port, Dyfed. Gower from Burry Port, Dyfed.

Burry Port Lighthouse, Burry Port was once the main coal exporting port for the nearby valleys, Dyfed. Burry Port Lighthouse, Burry Port was once the main coal exporting port for the nearby valleys, Dyfed.

Dunes at Pembrey Harbour, Dyfed. Dunes at Pembrey Harbour, Dyfed.

Moonlight at Cefn Sidan Beach, Dyfed. Moonlight at Cefn Sidan Beach, Dyfed.

Camp, Pembrey Forest, Dyfed. Camp, Pembrey Forest, Dyfed.

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Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership. Cedar wood ceiling inside the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay. Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership.

Stout Bay I, Glamorgan. Stout Bay I, Glamorgan.

Porthkerry Viaduct and Aberthaw Coal Train, Glamorgan. Porthkerry Viaduct and Aberthaw Coal Train, Glamorgan.

No.5 Blast furnace, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan. No.5 Blast furnace, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan.

Coal Silos, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan. Coal Silos, Tata Steelworks, Port Talbot, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

WW2 Anti-Tank Cubes II, Limpert Bay, Glamorgan. WW2 Anti-Tank Cubes II, Limpert Bay, Glamorgan.

Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Drying sand, Langland Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan. Coast path, Rams Tor, Gower, Glamorgan.

Threecliff Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Threecliff Bay, Gower…

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Flooded Fields, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Flooded Fields, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Bird Hide, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Bird Hide, Cwm Ivy Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Pill, Landimore Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Burry Pill, Landimore Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Tracks, Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Tracks, Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Weobley Castle, a 14th-century fortified manor house, Gower, Glamorgan. Weobley Castle, a 14th-century fortified manor house, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point from Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point from Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan.

Arddangosfa / Exhibition, Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan. Arddangosfa / Exhibition, Weobley Castle, Gower, Glamorgan.

Copse on Berges Island & Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan. Copse on Berges Island & Llanrhidian Marsh, Gower, Glamorgan.

Phoenix, Llanrhidian, Gower, Glamorgan. Phoenix, Llanrhidian, Gower, Glamorgan.

Halloween on Cockle shells, Crofty, Gower, Glamorgan. Halloween on Cockle shells, Crofty, Gower, Glamorgan.

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Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Oystercatchers, Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s Head from Spaniard Rocks, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan. Barrel jellyfish, Whiteford Sands, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Bay sky, Gower, Glamorgan.

Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan. Broughton Burrows, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse I, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse II, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse III, a cast-iron lighthouse built in 1865 to a design by John Bowen, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse IV, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse V, Gower, Glamorgan.

Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan. Whiteford Point Lighthouse VI, Gower, Glamorgan.

Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan. Camp, Berges Island, Gower, Glamorgan.

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First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan. First Light, Oxwich Point, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen I, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. First glimpse of Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Lichen II, Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word "culver" derives from the Old English word "culfre", meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan. Culver Hole, a dovecote dating from the middle ages. The word “culver” derives from the Old English word “culfre”, meaning pigeon or dove. Gower, Glamorgan.

Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan. Approach to Culver Hole, Gower, Glamorgan.

Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan. Overton Mere, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s Head from Red Chamber, Gower, Glamorgan.

Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan. Red Chamber cliffs, Gower, Glamorgan.

Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan. Gower Cliffs from Fall bay, Glamorgan.

Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan. Mussels on Worm’s Head causeway, Gower, Glamorgan.

Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm's Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Selfie approaching Devil’s Bridge, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan. Outer Head, Worm’s Head, Gower, Glamorgan.

Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan. Worm’s head. Outer Head, Devil’s bridge and low neck from Inner Head. Gower, Glamorgan.

Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan. Rhossili Bay & Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan. Burry Holms & Rhossili Bay, Gower, Glamorgan.

Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan. Last Light, Worm’s head on a rising tide. Named ‘Wurm’ meaning ‘dragon’ by Viking invaders. Gower, Glamorgan.

Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan. Old Rectory, Rhossili Down, Gower, Glamorgan.

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