Photographer's Note

Good Morning Friends,

I have really enjoyed trawling through my archives and finding photographs long forgotten.

You know how it is, you have lots of photographs that you wish to share on TE but, then you visit a new location, and photographs taken at the new place go to the top of your list, previous ones shelved!!!

I called this photograph 'Strength' because the metal arms of this bridge support seem to be showing just that, arms extended to hold the bridge securely in place.

The bridge is a link between the island and South Stack Lighthouse. You will be able to see the amazing rock formations, created over millennia, in the background.

The South Stack lighthouse is built on Ynys Lawd, a small rocky island just off the edge of Holy Island, which itself is an island just barely separate from the main part of Anglesey. To reach it you need to descend a switchback stairway running down the cliff face, over 400 steps down (and 400 back up). At the bottom this bridge carries the visitor over a chasm to the island. Once there, you can explore the tiny island, view the exhibition about the history of the lighthouse, and climb more steps in a guided tour to the top of the 28m tall lighthouse tower. - Wikipedia

I will add a workshop here showing a more conventional view of the bridge to the lighthouse.

I hope you are all well and keeping safe, indoors, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7538 W: 326 N: 17316] (68485)
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