South Stack in Wales . . . . . . Photo taken in 1997 February 6, 2018 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Theme, Travel United Kingdom, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged lighthouse, South Stack, UK, Wales Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Ah, now I know you were in the North and not too far from my home in fact.South stack is on Mon or Anglesey as it’s also known and I live by the coast in Flintshire. Less than a couple of hours away.
Didn’t realize that you live close by, David.
We spend several days around Anglesey in 1997.
I was there in 1985 too, with large flocks of birds flying out from the sea cliffs 🙂
Michael, you have such an amazing “eye”!!!
I was there twice, the first time was a certain morning in 1985. Flocks of birds flew out from the sea cave / cliffs – it was a fantastic sight!
Wow. We were at the exact spot in July 1996!
It was an attractive place!
I love lighthouses! What a view.
I missed photographing it in 1985 when flocks of birds flew out of the cliffs early in the morning – that will be an even better picture!