Trwyn Du Lighthouse, Anglesey, Wales by Jon Seddon

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Walking down to this lighthouse, there was the regular pealing of a bell that reminds us that the sea continues to be a hazard for mariners. The light of Trwyn Du is automated now and has been since 1922, but I can’t help feeling sorry for the pair of keepers that used to man this with the bell ringing constantly for days when the fogs rolled in.

This image is a long exposure to maximise the impact of the structure and its position at the northern entrance to the Menai Straits.

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