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By Alffoto      
Last Saturday night, perhaps one of the last really warm evening this year. I ventured down to Trefor near Caernarfon and walked along the cliff tops to the sea stacks. There was no way down, so I had to walk another half a mile or so then walk back along the boulder strewn beach. Most photographers take up a position at the top of the cliffs to shoot these, but I wanted something a bit different with the stones in the foreground. Of course I realised why most photographers choose to shoot from the cliff tops when the tide started coming in. I did manage to get a few decent shots as the sun disappeared , before having to leg it before I got cut off by the tide 🙂 (best viewed large)

Tags: Sunset Nikon Wales Beach Seascape Coast Shore Pebbles Landscape and travel Seastacks NikonZ6

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25 Sep 2020 7:37PM
Great point of view of a beautiful area.
26 Sep 2020 6:21AM
Wonderful capture, it was worth the effort.
Alffoto Plus
5 185 1 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2020 7:14PM
Ian .........Many Thanks, not too many people about either !

Geoff......Thank you I really enjoyed the experience!

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