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Recent Photos taken in the Abersoch area by John Wormald of www.totallyabersoch.co.uk

(For the collection of John's earlier photos - click here for 2016 / click here for 2017 / click here for 2018/19

click here for 2019/20...

 

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Photo By John Wormald

 

We have seen plenty of sunshine so far this month, which has been lovely, though air temperatures have remained on the cool side of average. John captured the blue skies once again with this shot looking across the harbour. The old lime kiln can be seen centre right, which is a great viewing point. You can also just see part of the roof of the RNLI lifeboat station on the left edge of the photo.

 

The photo was taken taken on 14/06/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 16/06/2024.

 

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Another classic Abersoch view this week, taken from SCYC (the Yacht Club) and lookng at the yacht club slipway and jetty and the seasonal deep water moorings in the bay. St. Tudwal's Island East can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 07/06/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 09/06/2024.

 

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Blue skies above the beach at Llanbedrog is this week's photo from John. On the right of the photo is the tree covered southern side of Llanbedrog Headland, where the steep steps go up the famous iron man sculpture.

 

The photo was taken taken on 02/06/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 02/06/2024.

 

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The run of sunny Saturday's continued this week and John took full advantage of the conditions and captured this classic view of Porth Neigwl, taken from up on Cilan.

 

The photo was taken taken on 25/05/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 26/05/2024.

 

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We have struck lucky here in Abersoch over the weekend of the 18th/19th with some glorious beach weather. John captured this scene on the main beach on Saturday. Some areas were not so lucky, with the north coast of the peninsula shrouded in mist and fog all day!

 

The photo was taken taken on 18/05/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 19/05/2024.

 

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There has been another burst of fine weather here in Abersoch, coinciding with a weekend - with really warm temperatures and a summer-like feel. This photo from John was taken near the White House site and is looking towards Abersoch outer harbour.

 

The photo was taken taken on 09/05/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 12/05/2024.

 

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We saw a wonderful morning of weather on the Sunday of the bank holiday weekend, when we got that perfect combination of strong sunshine and hardly any breeze, which means we get less of a cooling effect from the sea and so some local warmth develops. It felt toasty on the beaches and will hopefully be a taster of more to come!

 

The photo was taken taken on 05/05/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 06/05/2024.

 

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A view looking towards St. Tudwal's Islands is this week's photo from John, taken from the northern end of the Warren Beach.

 

The photo was taken taken on 26/04/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 29/04/2024.

 

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We have an in-house photo this week, taken during a day spent on Cilan Headland during the first edition of the "She Ultra" event. Hundreds of women took part in this 30 mile challenge, with a winding route from Pwllheli to Abersoch, with money raised for cancer charities. Here are 3 of the participants just after the first steep climb out of Porth Neigwl onto Cilan.

 

The photo was taken taken on 20/04/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 22/04/2024.

 

 

 

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A sunny Sunday morning view, looking across the outer harbour towards Llanbedrog Headland is this week's photo. It was nice to see the sunshine, after a disappointing few days of weather.

 

The photo was taken taken on 14/04/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 14/04/2024.

 

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Storm Kathleen has been bringing some high winds to the Abersoch area this weekend (6th/7th April), but also some fairly mild and mostly dry daytime weather. John captured this shot of some very large waves at Porth Ceiriad during one of those brighter periods of the weekend.

 

The photo was taken taken on 06/04/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 07/04/2024.

 

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Easter Sunday saw blue skies over the main beach and an easterly breeze, chopping up the bay. John captured the scene, and you can see some of the early morning dunkers in the water, many of whom go dunking every day right through the winter!

 

The photo was taken taken on 31/03/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 31/03/2024.

 

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Phill Boyd is the photographer this week, with this shot taken from Llanbedrog Headland, with a view overlooking the Tal y Fan and Warren holiday parks, with Abersoch visible in the distance.

St. Tudwal's Islands can also be seen.

 

The photo was taken taken on 24/03/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/03/2024.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
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There have been some high spring tides this month and John captured this one, whaich was a bit of a whopper and covered the yard at Tim's Abersoch Boatyard Services.

 

The photo was taken taken on 12/03/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 17/03/2024.

 

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A view of the yacht club (SCYC), with Llanbedrog Headland in the background is this week's photo from John, with a choppy sea from an easterly breeze.

 

The photo was taken taken on 08/03/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 09/03/2024.

 

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At some spots in the Abersoch area, you can see the sea over at Porth Neigwl and John has captured a view from one of those spots, with this photo taken up on Bwlchtocyn. Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) can be clearly seen in the distance across the bay at Porth Neigwl.

 

The photo was taken taken on 03/03/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 03/03/2024.

 

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The weekly photos are back again and we have a classic view from John, looking down across the golf course towards the main beach. A bit of blue sky has helped enhance the colour of the bay... it almost looks like spring!!!

 

The photo was taken taken on 24/02/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/02/2024.

 

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Clear blue skies over the bay, viewed from behind the beach huts on Abersoch main beach is this week's photo from John. January days do not get too much better than this, but they have been the exception, rather than the rule so far this winter.

 

The photo was taken taken on 26/01/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/01/2024.

 

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A familiar view this week from John, but with a snowy background! It has been a cold week here in Abersoch and we even saw a wintry dusting on the ground in the village for a time. The photo was taken around high tide with Compass Cottage the last building on the left and Tim's boatyard visible on the right, which will be full of boats again in a few weeks!

 

The photo was taken taken on 18/01/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 21/01/2024.

 

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Phill Boyd has taken this week's photo of some great January surf conditions at Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth). The offshore wind helped clean up the Atlantic swell, with many surfers heading into the sea.

 

The photo was taken taken on 09/01/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 13/01/2024.

 

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John captured this stunning Sunday morning view for this week's photo, which comes after a very unsettled start to winter. It was a cold morning and the frost on the golf course can still be seen.

 

The photo was taken taken on 07/01/2024 and it was uploaded on this page on 07/01/2024.

 

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The last photo of 2023 from John shows a stormy sea, which is something we have seen regularly over the last few weeks. The old lifeboat station on Penryn Du is clearly visible. This was built in the late 1800's and was used until its closure in 1931.

 

The photo was taken taken on 28/12/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/12/2023.

 

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Despite the mostly rather cloudy weather of the last 10 days, we have seen some brighter periods too and John took advantage of this one to get this classic view which looks across the inner harbour in Abersoch, where the Afon Soch meets the sea.

 

The photo was taken taken on 19/12/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 23/12/2023.

 

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This week's photo from John Wormald shows the sands of the main beach in Abersoch at low tide, with the W&G Williams beach huts and cafe in the background on the left of the photo and the yacht club (SCYC) and part of Llanbedrog headland visible on the right.

 

The photo was taken taken on 13/12/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 17/12/2023.

 

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Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth), is the subject of this week's photo from John, with Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) visible in the distance. The beach is popular with surfers throughout the year.

 

The photo was taken taken on 05/12/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 09/12/2023.

 

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A lovely view looking across the inner harbour to a snow covered Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), taken on the last day of meteorological autumn, is this week's photo. The mountains of Eryri provide a stunning back drop to the bay - especially when there is snow on the tops!

 

The photo was taken taken on 30/11/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 02/12/2023.

 

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Phill Boyd is standing in for John this week and has sent in this photo of the classic view of the bay and St. Tudwal's Islands, taken from behind some of the beach huts on Abersoch main beach, on one of the quieter mornings of the last week.

 

The photo was taken taken on 23/11/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 26/11/2023.

 

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The beach huts at the Bwlchtocyn end of the Abersoch main beach are the subject of this week's photo, which are located near to Mickey's Boatyard and the Little Tea Rooms Cafe.

 

The photo was taken taken on 17/11/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/11/2023.

 

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A view of the beautiful Porth Ceiriad is this week's photo from John. Popular with experienced surfers who enjoy its steep and powerful waves. There is some swell visible on this photo.

 

The photo was taken taken on 10/11/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 12/11/2023.

 

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A view along the Warren beach and to Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd Llanbedrog Headland under showery skies is this week's photo. We've seen plenty of showers over the last week or so, with more to come this week!

 

The photo was taken taken on 05/11/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 05/11/2023.

 

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A lovely view looking towards the Harbour beach on a big spring tide is this week's photo from John. This view will change in the coming months, as work has now begun on the new White House Hotel, which is behind the bright coloured, natural roof towards the right hand side of the photo.

 

The photo was taken taken on 28/10/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/10/2023.

 

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Some clear skies on a quiet, October Sunday morning is this week's photo from John. The beach huts and yacht club (SCYC) can be seen, overlooking the popular Abersoch main beach. The mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 22/10/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 22/10/2023.

 

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A lovely view towards the Old Lifeboat Station with St. Tudwal's Island East in the background, with the mountains of west Wales in the far distance, is this week's photo from John.

 

The photo was taken taken on 14/10/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 15/10/2023.

 

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A photo on a warm October morning of the old timber posts of the jetty on Ty’n Tywyn Beach, Llanbedrog, is this week's photo from John. As we mentioned a few months back... "The posts were part of a structure dating back to the 1870's, which was used by the nearby quarries. The posts were recently under threat of removal, but a local campaign has ensured these historic timbers will remain in place."

 

The photo was taken taken on 08/10/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/10/2023.

 

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Looking across the Warren, towards St. Tudwal's Island West is this week's photo from John of Totally Abersoch. Many of the yachts and boats on the deep water moorings off Abersoch are now ashore, however, a few remain. It won't be long until the bay is empty again until the moorings are re-laid next spring.

 

The photo was taken taken on 29/09/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 01/10/2023.

 

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A view from the southern end of the Warren beach, taken on a bright Abersoch morning is this week's photo from John. The familiar sight of St. Tudwal's Islands can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 21/09/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/09/2023.

 

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Phill Boyd is back this week with a shot taken from in the water of 2 of the local wing foilers in the bay. Wing foiling has increased in popularity in the last 12 months and can be regularly seen out in the waters off the main beach. Keep an eye out for more photos from Phill, as he is often to be found in and out of the water at the local surf beaches - when the surf is running.

 

The photo was taken taken on 12/09/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/09/2023.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
https://www.outwestimages.co.uk

 

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The harbour here in Abersoch, pictured on a sultry September, Saturday afternoon is this week's photo from John. The harbour wall can be seen in the background.

 

The photo was taken taken on 09/09/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 10/09/2023.

 

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The first weekend of September has seen the sunshine return, with some of the best conditions for some weeks. John snapped this photo looking across the golf course, as the early morning mist was clearing - so you can just make out the huts on the main beach in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 03/09/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 03/09/2023.

 

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A view across the bay towards St. Tudwal's Island East is this week's photo from John, with the sailing dinghies and yachts enjoying some breeze under bright skies.

 

The photo was taken taken on 26/08/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 27/08/2023.

 

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A photo of SCYC on a bright and breezy Sunday here in Abersoch. Some of the yachts on the deep water moorings in the bay can be seen, which are served by a launch service, which runs back and forth from the club.

 

The photo was taken taken on 20/08/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 20/08/2023.

 

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The closing night of the festivities at the Eisteddfod at Boduan on Pen Llyn took place on Saturday night and Phill Boyd captured this image of the main stage.

 

The photo was taken taken on 12/08/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 14/08/2023.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
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July's changeable theme has continued into the first week of August and John took this shot after the rain and wind from "Storm Antoni" had passed through. The view is looking across part of the inner harbour to where the Afon Soch flows into the sea.

 

The photo was taken taken on 05/08/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 06/08/2023.

 

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Amidst the changeable weather this July, we have continued to see some decent periods on most days of the week. John got this morning shot of the main beach, which is now quieter again after a busy Abersoch Dinghy Week. The gusts of wind can be seen on the water with the wind coming in from the west-southwest (a cross-offshore direction for most of this beach).

 

The photo was taken taken on 29/07/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/07/2023.

 

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It was another mixed week of weather here in Abersoch but we did see some decent afternoons and John captured one of these with this photo taken of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth). Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 19/07/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 22/07/2023.

 

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A weekend of very windy weather here in Abersoch, with gusts recorded locally of up to 55mph on Saturday, which is when this photo was taken. A classic view looking towards the old lifeboat station with St. Tudwal's Island East in the background.

 

The photo was taken taken on 15/07/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 16/07/2023.

 

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Early morning blue skies over the outer harbour is this week's photo from John, with the harbour beach area in the background. We have been seeing some decent spells of weather over the last few days, despite the presence of low pressure, which has been bringing some changeable and rather breezy conditions so far in July.

 

The photo was taken taken on 09/07/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 09/07/2023.

 

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Phill Boyd is this week's photographer and he was out and about at the weekend photographing the runners at the Pen Llyn Ultra races. This shot was taken above Nant Gwrtheyrn on a spectacular stretch of coastline which is well worth a visit. The bays of Nefyn and Port Dinllaenn can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 01/07/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 03/07/2023.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
https://www.outwestimages.co.uk

 

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A beautiful and warm summer's afternoon in Abersoch, captured by John, looking across the bridge towards the harbour. Llanbedrog headland and the mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) can be seen in the background. The tidal gates can be seen under the bridge.

 

The photo was taken on 22/06/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/06/2023.

 

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The Abersoch Triathlon took place this weekend and Josh Boyd captured this shot of the swimmers heading across the bay. In the background is the old lifeboat station and St. Tudwal's Island West.

 

The photo was taken on 17/06/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 19/06/2023.

 

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A week of stunning weather was captured perfectly by John's shot this week, with an early morning view looking through from the inner harbour and out towards the bay, under clear skies. The building in shadow on the left is the RNLI lifeboat station.

 

The photo was taken on 08/06/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 11/06/2023.

 

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The skies have been mostly clear since our last update and it has been a busy Whitsun half term in Abersoch and on the beaches. This is a shot from the dunes near the groynes on Abersoch main beach, looking towards the busy section between the Lon Golff and W&G Williams slipways.

 

The photo was taken on 03/06/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 04/06/2023.

 

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The sun has been shining for the Whit bank holiday weekend here in Abersoch and is set to shine for some days to come!!! John captured this shot from the Williams Beach Cafe showing the corner of the main beach filling up.

 

The photo was taken on 28/05/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/05/2023.

 

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St. Tudwal's Island East is the subject of this week's photo, viewed from the Wales Coastal Path which provides spectacular scenery all around our beautiful peninsula.

 

The photo was taken on 21/05/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 21/05/2023.

 

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A view of the Bwlchtocyn / Machros end of Abersoch main beach is this week's photo - with the popular Little Tea Rooms cafe situated centre left.

 

The photo was taken on 11/05/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 15/05/2023.

 

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This week's photo is looking across the outer harbour at low tide and looking towards Pen Y Benar (Benar Headland). The headland is home to some of the highest property prices per square meter in North Wales. You can also see some yachts now moored on the deep moorings which are laid for each summer season.

 

The photo was taken on 05/05/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 07/05/2023.

 

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The sun has come out for the first day of a holiday weekend and John got another classic view this week - of the outer harbour here in Abersoch, under the blue skies and warm sunshine. The harbour wall provides adequate shelter for the boats which are moored here, however, there are fewer boats than normal this spring.

 

The photo was taken on 29/04/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 29/04/2023.

 

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A lovely sunny view from John this week and it is a classic view of the main beach - with its sandy beach, the wooden groynes in the foreground and the beach huts that line it. You can also see SCYC and, in the foreground, there is a bit of one of Abersoch Golf Club's fairways.

 

The photo was taken on 20/04/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 23/04/2023.

 

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Phill Boyd is this week's phototographer and he took this wonderful water action shot on an early morning trip to one of the local surf beaches. As you can see, Phill is not confined to taking photos on the land land and has the equipment and ability to head into the surf to get these amazing images!

 

The photo was taken taken on 15/04/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 16/04/2023.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
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The first half of the Easter holiday weekend has brought fine weather and a warm feel to Abersoch. The main beach was a popular choice for those looking to get some early season rays of sunshine and John took this shot from the Lon Golf Beach Cafe, looing back up the beach towards SCYC, with Llanbedrog Headland in the distance.

 

The photo was taken on 07/04/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/04/2023.

 

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It has been a dry start to the Easter holidays here in Abersoch and there has been some sunshine, though cloud has returned since John took this shot earlier in the day today. The photo is of the W&G Williams end of the main beach, with the familiar rows of beach huts and also the base camp of Abersoch Hydro - who offer various watersports courses and hire.

 

The photo was taken on 02/04/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 02/04/2023.

 

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There was a taste of spring on Saturday (25th) afternoon, when the sunshine combined with lighter winds to bring a much more pleasant feel to the weather - after the recent gales. John captured the brighter scene with this photo taken from Abersoch golf course, with Llanbedrog headland visible in the distance.

 

The photo was taken on 25/03/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 26/03/2023.

 

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This week's photo was taken on a sparkling day and shows the old timber posts of the jetty on Ty’n Tywyn Beach, Llanbedrog. The posts were part of a structure dating back to the 1870's, which was used by the nearby quarries. The posts were recently under threat of removal, but a local campaign has ensured these historic timbers will remain in place.

 

The photo was taken on 14/03/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/03/2023.

 

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There has been a wintry backdrop across the bay from Abersoch this week and we even saw a very temporary dusting of wet snow in the village on Friday morning. John captured this classic winter view looking across to Yr Wyddfa / Snowdon earlier in the week. Compass Cottage can be seen towards the centre of the photo, as can the Afon Soch as it enters the sea through the harbour.

 

The photo was taken on 07/03/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 12/03/2023.

 

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There has been some excellent surf conditions on Pen Llyn this week, due to a combination of a large groundswell and favourable wind directions. Phill Boyd has provided this photo of the lined up swell, taken at Porth Neigwl, with Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), in the background. Phill takes some amazing photos of the local waves, from the shoreline and also from in the water!

 

The photo was taken taken on 03/03/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 05/03/2023.

 

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The weekend started on a fine and chilly note and the clear skies were captured by John on this photo, taken down on the harbour beach and close to the RNLI inshore lifeboat station, which is just out of sight to the left.

 

The photo was taken on 25/02/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 26/02/2023.

 

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This week's photo was taken from the main beach, looking at the SCYC clubhouse. The sailing club was founded back in 1924, with the first clubhouse built on the headland in 1925. Sailing events are held each year during the spring and summer seasons and the club often hosts national and international championships.

 

The photo was taken on 19/02/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 19/02/2023.

 

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Phill is standing in for John again this week and has sent this photo of a fine and quiet, late Sunday afternoon view of the main beach and St.Tudwal's Islands.

 

The photo was taken taken on 12/02/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 13/02/2023.

 

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A view of the beach at Llanbedrog is this week's photo, with the sun just rising above the headland, where you will find the "Tin Man" - a metal sculpture which overlooks the beach.

 

The photo was taken on 05/02/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 05/02/2023.

 

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Phill Boyd is back for this week's photo and it's a shot taken from the far side of Aberdaron, from Pen y Cil and looking towards Ynys Gwylan. Porth Neigwl is in the far distance.

 

The photo was taken taken on 26/01/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 29/01/2023.

 

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The cold northerly winds returned to Abersoch during the week, bringing some spectacular views across the bay of the mountains of the Snowdon range covered in snow. This shot from John shows the classic view of the inner harbour, including Compass Cottage in the centre of the photo, along with that wintry backdrop.

 

The photo was taken on 16/01/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 21/01/2023.

 

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A view of a deserted Abersoch main beach, taken from close to the Lon Golff slipway is this week's photo from John.

 

The photo was taken on 13/01/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 14/01/2023.

 

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The first photo of 2023 is from one of our guest photographers - Phill Boyd, who is standing in for John this week. He has sent this stunning image of a sunrise down at the Quarry Beach near Llanbedrog Headland. The old quarry stage posts can be seen in the water.

 

The photo was taken taken on 06/01/2023 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/01/2023.

 

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The final photo of the year is looking across the green fields of Bryn Cethin towards the distinctive hill above Mynytho. Blwyddyn Newydd Dda .. Happy New Year...

 

The photo was taken on 30/12/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 31/12/2022.

 

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Porth Ceiriad is the subject of this week's photo from John, taken on a bright and blustery December day. This lovely, secluded beach is a short distance from Abersoch.

Nadolig Llawen / Merry Christmas to all.

 

The photo was taken on 21/12/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/12/2022.

 

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It was a very cold week in the Abersoch area, with ice and frost lingering all day in places. This week's photo shows the icy links of the golf course, with a calm bay and some snow on the higher ground away in the distance.

 

The photo was taken on 15/12/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 19/12/2022.

 

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John is away this week so this is an in house photo of this weekend's wintry weather. Sleet and hail showers left a white, wintry covering on the main beach - for the first time this winter. Photo taken up from the top row of Williams' beach hut.

 

The photo was taken on 10/12/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 10/12/2022.

 

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It is the annual Abersoch Christmas Weekend and the harbour Christmas tree is now shining brightly in Tim's yard. John got this early morning shot, looking across from the road into the village. You can see the tree live via our new live streaming webcam - which can be viewed here.

 

The photo was taken on 03/12/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 04/12/2022.

 

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A view of Abersoch inner harbour is this week's photo from John. If you like this view - you can watch it live via our new live streaming webcam - which can be viewed here.

 

The photo was taken on 27/11/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/11/2022.

 

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There are often some great sunrises at this time of year and this one was captured by John during this very changeable spell of autumn weather. View from behind the beach huts on the main beach, looking out across the bay.

 

The photo was taken on 16/11/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 20/11/2022.

 

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A breezy November morning, looking across the bay towards St. Tudwal's Islands is this week's photo from John, taken from the southern end of the Warren beach.

 

The photo was taken on 12/11/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 12/11/2022.

 

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November has started on a generally unsettled note, however, John got this shot on one of the better recent days, looking across from Lon Engan towards Llanbedrog Headland, with clouds shrouding the peaks of Snowdonia.

 

The photo was taken on 04/11/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 07/11/2022.

 

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A choppy bay, taken from just above SCYC is this week's Abersoch view from John. At this time of year, all the boats and yachts on the deep water moorings are now all safely ashore to escape the batterings of the autumn and winter storms.

 

The photo was taken on 30/10/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/10/2022.

 

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A photo overlooking the outer harbour is this weeks photo, showing the current sand banks and various routes the Afon Soch has created to enter the sea. These patterns are ever changing - depending on wind and tide and the volume of water coming down the Soch.

 

The photo was taken on 18/10/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 22/10/2022.

 

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A quiet and chilly autumnal morning view is this week's photo from John, looking towards the old lifeboat station building on Penryn Du, with the islands in the background.

 

The photo was taken on 13/10/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 15/10/2022.

 

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A shot from Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth) this week with surf in the background and part of the remnants of the military structures left over from the second world war in the dunes of the beach. Top left in the photo, Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) can just be seen on the horizon.

 

The photo was taken on 07/10/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/10/2022.

 

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The beautiful beach of Porth Ceiriad is the subject of this week's photo from John. Facing south, the beach often sees some quite formidable surf rolling in, hence its popularity with the local surfers. Access to the beach is via some steep steps down the cliff. There's a campsite close by too - at Nant y Big.

 

The photo was taken on 28/09/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 02/10/2022.

 

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A classic view this week from the bridge into Abersoch, looking across the inner harbour and over towards Llanbedrog Headland. The eagle-eyed will notice that this view is now different as the large trees beside the lifeboat station have recently been felled, as they were in danger of being blown down.

 

The photo was taken on 24/09/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 26/09/2022.

 

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A view of the "corner" of Abersoch main beach, with the W & G Williams beach huts and SCYC on Bennar headland. This area of the beach provides some great shelter in some wind directions and can get toasty even in winter under certain conditions.

 

The photo was taken on 16/09/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/09/2022.

 

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Saturday saw a continuation of the generally warm September, with some sunshine through the day and John captured this shot early in the morning, looking down the beach, from the beach huts close to the yacht club. A lovely time of day to be up and about!

 

The photo was taken on 10/09/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 11/09/2022.

 

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A view looking across a parched links of the Abersoch golf course and the main beach is this week's photo from John and the first photo of the meteorological autumn. The recent rains should help to green up the links. The beach huts on the beach can be seen, as well as SCYC, which is on the headland just to the right of them.

 

The photo was taken on 01/09/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 04/09/2022.

 

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Fine bank holiday weather brought the crowds to Abersoch main beach, as seen in this photo from John, looking down the beach from the Williams / SCYC end of the beach. The public launching slipway can be seen in the centre of the photo.

 

The photo was taken on 27/08/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/08/2022.

 

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The distinctive red sails of the Mirror sailing fleet taking part in the annual Abersoch Mirror Week are the subject of this week's photo from John. The old lifeboat station can be seen in the centre of the photo, with St. Tudwal's West Island behind.

 

The photo was taken on 19/08/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 23/08/2022.

 

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A view of the W&G Williams and SCYC end of the main beach, under clear skies and very warm early evening sunshine is this week's photo. The weather has been exceptional again in Abersoch over the last few days, with the very unusual figure of 30c exceeded on 3 consecutive days. The cooler seas which virtually surround the area normally keep such high values out of reach.

 

The photo was taken on 11/08/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 14/08/2022.

 

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With Abersoch seeing another beautiful spell of weather, this shot from John shows the calm waters of the harbour beach around high tide. The sea wall on the left of the photo was re-built in recent years, helping to protect the properties behind from winter storm surges.

 

The photo was taken on 04/08/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/08/2022.

 

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The weather has turned more changeable, however, there have still been some lovely periods - as can be seen on this classic view, looking across the bridge into Abersoch. The tidal gates can be seen under the bridge, which open when the tide is going out and allows the Afon Soch to enter the harbour and the bay. The gates close on the incoming tide to prevent salt water flooding up the valley.

 

The photo was taken on 29/07/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/07/2022.

 

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A view from the southern end of Abersoch main beach is this week's photo from John, with Mickey's boat yard in the foreground, which is where a very popular beach cafe is also located.

 

The photo was taken on 21/07/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 22/07/2022.

 

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Hot weather results in a busy main beach! The photo was taken from near to the cafe on the Lon Golff slipway, looking northwards up the beach.The Snowdon mountain range can be seen across the water on the horizon.

 

The photo was taken on 17/07/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/07/2022.

 

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July sunshine with a view of Abersoch's Benar Headland is this week's photo. The headland overlooks the harbour area on its northern side.

St. Tudwal's Island West can be seen in the distance, with yachts and boats moored out in the bay.

 

The photo was taken on 09 /07/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 10/07/2022.

 

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Looking across the bay towards the eastern end of Pen Llyn is this week's photo from John, with cloud over the higher ground of Snowdonia. The boats in the foreground are on deep water mooring's, which are a feature of the sheltered Abersoch bay area. These are laid each spring and taken up at the end of the summer season.

 

The photo was taken 04 /07/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 04/07/2022.

 

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A beautiful June sunrise, viewed from Abersoch inner harbour is this week's photo... and what a stunner it is! This is where the Afon Soch enters the sea.

 

The photo was taken 22 20/06/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 27/06/2022.

 

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Clear blue skies on a beautiful June morning, bringing a great start to a new week in Abersoch! John was up and about early to get this shot from Tywyn y Fach.

 

The photo was taken on 20/06/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 20/06/2022.

 

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Abersoch's inner harbour at high tide is this week's photo from John. One of the older cottages in the village, Compass Cottage, can be seen centre right, with Tim's boatyard st back and just to the right of the cottage. A bit further to the right is the bridge into Abersoch, with the tidal gates beneath it, which prevents the high tide from surging up the Afon Soch. These open naturally once the tide turns, to allow the Soch to flow into the sea.

 

The photo was taken on 12/06/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 13/06/2022.

 

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The holiday weekend came to a bit of damp end, resulting in some busy roads as visitors left the peninsula. John got this shot just down the road on the Wales Coastal Path at Carreg y Defaid.

 

The photo was taken on 05/06/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 05/06/2022.

 

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Porth Neigwl beach on a cool Sunday afternoon is this week's photo from John. In the distance is Rhiw headland and Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island). Porth Neigwl is also known as Hell's Mouth and often sees surf conditions, enjoyed by the local surfers, but also hazardous bathing conditions.

 

The photo was taken on 29/05/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 30/05/2022.

 

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A view from behind some of the many beach huts on Abersoch main beach, looking out into the bay, is this week's photo. St. Tudwal's Islands can be seen in the distance.

 

The photo was taken on 21/05/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 23/05/2022.

 

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Across the peninsula is the beautiful Porthdinllaen, with its famous beach-side pub, the Ty Coch. This is a popular spot and a relatively short walk from Morfa Nefyn.

 

The photo was taken on 12/05/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 16/05/2022.

 

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A different shot this week from John, highlighting the lovely outdoor swimming pool at the Warren, Abersoch.

 

The photo was taken on 07/05/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/05/2022.

 

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The weather across Pen Llyn has been really rather good during the last week and the lovely conditions were captured by John on this photo, which was taken on the Wales Coastal Path - which provides wonderful walking (and running) around this magnificent coastline. The island is of course St. Tudwal's West Island, which has a very famous owner!

 

The photo was taken on 29/04/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 01/05/2022.

 

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Clear blue skies above Abersoch, on a rather windy Sunday morning, is this week's photo from John. The easterly element to the wind brings some very choppy conditions to the bay and some also noticeable variations in wind strengths across the local area.

 

The photo was taken on 24/04/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/04/2022.

 

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Easter visitors enjoying the main beach is this week's photo from John - with the 2022 season well and truly under way!

 

The photo was taken on 17/04/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 17/04/2022.

 

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A shot looking towards the beautiful little outer harbour in Abersoch is this week's photo from John, taken on a sparkling day. The short harbour wall provides enough shelter for several boats to be anchored there for most of the year.

 

The photo was taken on 09/04/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 10/04/2022.

 

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Colder weather has arrived after the glorious March spell which saw max temperatures of close to 20c on some days - which could be called a March "heatwave". This week's photo is from Tyddyn Talgoch Uchaf on Bwlchtocyn, looking down onto the the main beach and a rather choppy bay.

 

The photo was taken on 31/03/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 02/04/2022.

 

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The weather in Abersoch has been more like summer this week than March, with the wind dropping out times to help the local warmth build. Plenty of people took advantage of the weather and headed to the beach. John took this shot from near the the cafe by the Golf Road slipway onto the main beach.

 

The photo was taken on 26/03/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 27/03/2022.

 

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A shot of the beach huts on the main beach is again the view this week, as the easterly winds make pattern in the sand. The easterly weather often brings noticeable variations in wind strengths during the day in Abersoch, but also plenty of sunshine.

 

The photo was taken on 20/03/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 20/03/2022.

 

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A view from Abersoch outer harbour, as the bad weather clears away towards Snowdonia, with blue skies returning, is this week's photo from John. The outer harbour wall can be seen on the right hand side of the photo and Llanbedrog Headland is in the distance.

 

The photo was taken on 13/03/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 13/03/2022.

 

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This week's photo was taken on a bright Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant / St. David's Day and is looking towards the old lifeboat station on Penrhyn Du, which is situated at the Bwlchtocyn end of the bay.

 

The photo was taken on 01/03/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 03/03/2022.

 

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February sunshine above the main beach is this week's photo from John, along with some of the beach huts next door to the slipway by the cafe at the W&G Williams end of the beach.

 

The photo was taken on 27/02/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 27/02/2022.

 

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Phill Boyd is this week's guest photographer and he was out and about capturing images of Storm Eunice. It looks as though the Abersoch area escaped the worst of the weather, but gusts in excess of 80mph were recorded locally. This is the main beach, with a large shore dump and a higher than normal tide.


The photo was taken on 18/02/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 18/02/2022.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
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This week's photo is of a glorious sunset over Porth Neigwl, with Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island) in the distance. The photo was taken from near to the old post office, up on the top of Bwlchtocyn, a spot which enjoys sea views to both sides of the peninsula.

 

The photo was taken on 10/02/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 14/02/2022.

 

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A view looking down towards the bay and St. Tudwal's Islands is this week's photo from John. It won't be long before boats and yachts will be back on the water again, with the 2022 season not too far away!

 

The photo was taken on 01/02/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 08/02/2022.

 

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The northern end of the main beach, bathed in wintry sunlight, is this week's photo from John. The green links of the golf course can be seen in the foreground and Llanbedrog Head is in the background. Those links often turn quite brown / yellow in dry spells in the summer, due th the sandy soil, which also means they drain exceptionally well in winter.

 

The photo was taken on 26/01/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/01/2022.

 

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After a weekend of cloudy skies, John captured this shot this morning of brighter weather on the horizon, looking across the bay.

 

The photo was taken on 24/01/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 24/01/2022.

 

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Phill Boyd is back this week as the guest photographer and he captured this truly spectacular shot of the sea fog lapping around the islands and headlands, just before sunrise. The photo was taken from up on the hill behind Mynytho.


The photo was taken on 14/01/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 15/01/2022.

 

See more of Phill's work at:
https://www.outwestimages.co.uk

 

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This week we have a lovely view, looking across the bay from the dunes at the southern end of the Warren beach, with St. Tudwal's Islands in the distance. Abersoch and the harbour is to the right of the photo.

 

The photo was taken on 09/01/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 09/01/2022.

 

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Happy New Year / Blwyddyn Newydd Dda... a shot of the centre of Abersoch from John, taken on New Year's Day, in front of the Vaynol Arms. Lets hope 2022 is better than 2021 and 2020!!!

 

The photo was taken on 01/01/2022 and it was uploaded on this page on 03/01/2022.

 

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An amazingly colourful sunrise was recently captured by John for this week's photo. The shot was taken from above SCYC and looks across to St. Tudwal's East Island.


The photo was taken on 22/12/2021 and it was uploaded on this page on 28/12/2021.

 

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