Ynys Llanddwyn, the spit of craggy land off Newborough beach in Anglesey, is a botanist’s dream. Not only is the island covered in all sorts of wild flowers, but the exposed crags are drenched in a variety of lichen and moss that create these wonderful tapestries of colour.
Lisabet and I clambered down from the main headland of the island to get a closer look at some of the fascinating colours and plant life on these crags. I shot this composition of one particular crag, looking towards Tŵr Mawr lighthouse and the ruins St Dwynwen’s Church.
Camera: Sigma dp0 Quattro
Lens: built-in 14mm f/4.0
Shutter speed: 1⁄100s
Software: Sigma Photo Pro, Nik Collection, Affinity Photo