An early start to arrive at the stunning Traeth Llanddwyn near Newborough on the Isle of Anglesey. Sunrise combined with high tide and strong winds which made taking photos both dramatic and challenging. The cloud over the Snowdonia mountains created some amazing sunburst whilst the strong winds saw the waves crashing against the usually tranquil golden sands. Having begun the morning near to Abermenai Point as the tide receded it made Llanddwyn Island accessible so I headed in that direction. Walking along the beach the wet sands glistening in the intermittent sun early on producing some fantastic reflections which got better as the afternoon started to fade. The original idea was to stay around on Llanddwyn island to photograph the sunset but the heavy cloud cover returned and the sun faded from view... time to head home and review a highly enjoyable days photography, rather rewarding as it was the first time I'd ventured onto Anglesey for over 6 months. This year hasn't been the easiest time for photography, or much else, let's hope 2021 gets better!
Anyway enough of me rambling on here are the photos from the day, all are availble to view in my Anglesey photos gallery too.