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Trwyn Du Lighthouse, Penmon Point

On a recent trip to Anglesey, Wales, I visited the lighthouse at Penmon Point – Trwyn Du. Trwyn Du Lighthouse is a lighthouse between Dinmor Point near Penmon and Ynys Seriol, or Puffin Island, south east Anglesey, at the north entrance to the Menai Strait. The lighthouse has been unmanned since 1922 but is a magnificent structure to behold and photograph. The bell on lighthouse sounds every 30 seconds making it an extremely eerie place to be very early in the morning with mist covering most of the base and not a sole about!

There are lots of photos of the lighthouse about, usually taken when the tide is very low revealing the causeway to its entrance. I think it is far more majestic when seen with the sea around the base.

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