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Talacre aerial 3

Talacre aerial 3

An aerial image of Talacre beach in Flintshire, Wales and the now disused Talacre (more properly known as Point of Ayr) lighthouse that overlooks the Irish sea. Built in 1776 and falling into disuse in 1884 it remains a popular place to visit and gets cut off from the land at each high tide. This image taken from my drone - I am CAA licensed for commercial operation, copy of PfCO certificate available on request.

Steve Stamford

Image size: 4462 x 3149, 29Mb | Camera details: FC300S | Date uploaded: 07/06/2018

Steve Stamford | Talacre aerial 3
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