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photoblog image Wales 4/4  Morfa Nefyn

Wales 4/4 Morfa Nefyn

My final picture from Wales is of the bay called Porth Dinllaen,and specifically the beach and cottages in the crook of the bay at Morfa Nefyn.

Situated on the North West coast of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales the outlook is across Caernarfon Bay and it is only a short drive from the town of the same name and the resorts of Criccieth and Pwllheli.

This is where the photo for my posting of 13th.March, "The Old Boathouse" was taken, and if, on a fine day, you want somewhere beautiful and quiet to spend your time then this is the place.

 

Wales 4/4 Morfa Nefyn

My final picture from Wales is of the bay called Porth Dinllaen,and specifically the beach and cottages in the crook of the bay at Morfa Nefyn.

Situated on the North West coast of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales the outlook is across Caernarfon Bay and it is only a short drive from the town of the same name and the resorts of Criccieth and Pwllheli.

This is where the photo for my posting of 13th.March, "The Old Boathouse" was taken, and if, on a fine day, you want somewhere beautiful and quiet to spend your time then this is the place.

 

comments (9)

Superb composition Brian. I just feel like sitting on the rock and admiring the landscape! Thanks for sharing.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, I think most of the cottages are holiday homes, a nice place to have one.
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Jul 2008, 09:26
I like the big rock in the foreground - it seems to anchor the picture. Looks like a lovely beach.
Ingrid
Brian Walbey: It's a very nice beach Ingrid, the rock in the foreground is a bit of a cliche but I think it works quite well.
Nicely balanced shot of a great part of the world!
Brian Walbey: Thanks david, it's not only Scotland that can boast some nice scenery, parts of Wales are very striking.
Well composed seaside picture Brian. Love the frame too.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, I twiddled a bit with Canvas Sizes to get the frame then used a texture with the colour picker choosing a suitable colour, and as you say it seems to have worked.
  • FLOOG
  • Enjoying life
  • 4 Jul 2008, 16:46
Beautiful, Brian. That's a perfect postcard photograph. A wonderful composition
Brian Walbey: Thanks Paul, and if you are ever around that way it is a pleasant place to spend some time.
Very nice composition - somewhere I've never been
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, worth a visit if you fancy a nice quiet afternoon stroll, or snooze.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Jul 2008, 17:58
Wales? Surely not! The sun is shining! smile Good use of the foreground rock and a tantalising view of the small village behind.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan, there are only a few cottages which I think are all holiday homes for the moneyed section of the community.
  • Scotland
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Jul 2008, 19:57
Very nice landscape. Thanks for posting - cheers Scotland
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment, it is a really nice little spot to spend some time.
  • Gingeybaby
  • Avoiding doing the weeding
  • 5 Jul 2008, 09:01
Lovely shot of a lovely bay. Excellent. smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment, I will go back here if I get that way again.

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