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Sgwd Henrhyd

By Arvorphoto    
The falls occur on a geological fault on the river Nant Llech. A hard layer of sandstone forms the lip of the waterfall. This lip being known as Farewell Rock, so named by the coal miners of the South Wales valleys as coal was unlikely to be found when this layer was reached.

Not an easy subject with the amount of spray that was created and blowing towards the camera

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