A walk along Newborough Beach yesterday and around Ynys Llandwyn. The warmth of an end of summer wind wrapping itself around the sweep of the bay. Black volcanic cragginess against the sharp seagrass. It was a brisk walk along the sand and onto the crushed shell paths of the island. The skyline dominated by the cross, the lighthouse and the lookout post. Grasshoppers jump as we brush along the scrubby low plants. Here and there scarlet pimpernel flowers from antiqued red to terracotta have spread across the path, while the tallest plant is Herbes Sainte Pierre or Alexanders.
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