The Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales is a narrow piece of land stretching out into the ocean just to the west of the Snowdonia National Park. Less than 8 miles across at the widest, there are superb beaches on both sides of the peninsula and much of the coast is under the care of the National Trust. Whilst many of the beaches attract a wide variety of water sports enthusiasts there are also many secluded coves and smaller beaches were the beauty of the natural world can be appreciated.
The Snowdonia National Park in North Wales is well known and has a huge variety of scenery that could occupy a photographer for a lifetime.
The photographs here were taken on a fleeting visit which also took in the lovely town of Conwy just fractionally outside the National Park in the north but well worth a visit. The town itself is very photogenic and for those who have the time there is a lovely RSPB bird reserve by the river.