Bardsey Crag April 2011


This was a short walk, literally a Sunday afternoon stroll, of about 3 miles, some 15 minutes drive from home. It’s an area we’ve only passed by in the past; we were very glad to have discovered it and shall doubtless return in days to come. Key feature on the walk is Bardsey Crags, which is a popular local climbing area. One of the key features of that seems to be trees with roots exposed, presumably by soil erosion, but equally presumably this was some time ago, the exposed roots being well covered with bark. The result is a proliferation of shapes and textures, augmented by the remains of some old buildings.

The rest can speak for themselves – not spectacular really, but an evocation of a good afternoon in Spring.

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