A Creative Weekend - Part Two (Ynys Llanddwyn)

Continuing my surge of blog posts here is the second part of my 'Creative Weekend'

A place that I have wanted to visit for some time is Ynys Llanddwyn, on Anglesey. I have seen many photographs of the place and felt it was my duty as a Welsh Man to visit and experience it for myself.

Jutting out from the South West of Anglesey, Ynys Llanddwyn is accessible from Newborough beach. Through a dense forest which resembles Centre Parcs as you drive in.

A link to Google Maps can be found here

As you reach the parking location alongside the main stretch of beach it is a fair old walk to the very tip which rewards you with some spectacular views. To the South you have a views back towards Caernarfon and Snowdonia. To the South West the Llyn Peninsula stretches out into the distance, and to the west the Irish sea. 

Here are some of the photographs that I got on the day, I hope you like them. Like with many places that you visit, it needs more visits before I come away with the one perfect photograph. For now though, it is another location visited and another item off my photography 'To Do List' ticked off.

 Taken looking out South West towards the Llyn Peninsula. Taken using a long exposure with the Lee big stopper to get the misty water effect.

Taken looking out South West towards the Llyn Peninsula. Taken using a long exposure with the Lee big stopper to get the misty water effect.