May 31, 2016.
Al standing on a rock at Black Point Beach. Electric green seaweed in a tidepool. The Puffin Island Lighthouse just off Penmon.Someone posted an old photo of this same lighthouse in somewhat rougher weather than we were experiencing! Our view of the lighthouse with striated rocks in the foreground.More rock formations.
The sand was coarse and strewn with pebbles and rocks. Lonely Planet map for May 31st drive along a mass of tiny backroads leaving from the town of Beaumaris to Penmon and its medieval structures, and then on to Llanddona Beach and back to Beaumaris. More about our 2016 trip to Wales.
Wow, terrific shot of the waves crashing on to the lighthouse!
The lighthouse looks so dependable! Beautiful rock formations!
I’ve always loved the look of lighthouses but never before thought of how they have to stand up to the very worst weather because that’s the prime reason they are there – to be a dependable way for mariners to know of the dangers that lurk in those particular waters…