Penmon Lighthouse is one of several lighthouses situated on Anglesey. Penmon is situated on the South East of the island and warns ships of submerged rocks in the Menai Straights, a narrow passage of sea between the island and mainland Wales.
The Menai Suspension Bridge was designed in 1819 by Thomas Telford and is now a Grade One listed building. The bridge spans the Menai Straights that separate Anglesey from Wales. In this image you can see Snowdonia bathed is superb sunlight providing a lovely backdrop to this wonderful scene.
Penmon (Trwyn Du) Lighthouse with Ynys Seiriol (Puffin Island) in the background. A long exposure shot showing the threatening clouds overhead that makes the lighthouse really stand out. The rugged rocks that make the lighthouse essential to guiding shipping through the narrow channel can clearly be seen in the foreground of this moody image.