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Very nice composition. like Best regards from Switzerland, baba

No! It's a bench mark, and shows that the horizontal line has been recorded by the Ordnance Survey as a known height above mean sea level. It should appear on Ordnance Survey maps as a spot height.

These are St Tudwals islands

A superb photograph!

Hello my friends,
* Ramil and
* Transit_PO
thanks for visiting.
Best wishes, Paolo

Home of the Haspell's.

Hate to say it, but that's not the Orme.

actually it was demolished by a Manchester property developer who had owned it since 1961 and tried to get permission to replace it with an estate of "executive" houses.

These rocks are special forms of precambian rock not seen elsewhere in Britain. Ypu will also see igneous "plugs" in places. The rock chemistry and sea air attract a special pattern of algae and lichens - this picture demostrates this with orange, white and grey lichens in a pattern that instantly says "Anglesey".

That is a yucca. They are native to where I live in Texas. They grow all over the place here.

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