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Nash Point & Temple Bay, Vale of Glamorgan

Monknash Coast
Cliffs
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Temple Bay
Nash Point
Headland
Glamorgan Heritage Trail
seascape
Monknash Coast
Vale of Glamorgan
lighthouse
Heritage Coast
Traeth Mawr

This is a great location anytime of the day or year. However, getting there just before or after high tide (so check them first - look at times for Port Talbot and Porthcawl to get an idea), along with a sunset / sunrise will give some great shots.

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Worm's head, Gower

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south wales
beach
Headland
Worm's head
Causeway
rhossili bay
rhossil

Historically named 'Wurm' meaning 'dragon' by Viking invaders, the Worm's Head marks the most westerly tip of Gower.

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Hartlepool Headland

Purple Haze
White Water
Bloody High
Mushroom Wave
Tower Of Stones
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Neil Wharton
Canon 400D
Hartlepool
Headland

Hartlepool Headland is formed on a peninsular of magnesium limestone which reaches into the North Sea. This geological make-up has created a coastline of mixed treasures.

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