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Built to guide ships into the Menai Strait, Twr Mawr is one of two lighthouses on Llandwyn Island on the south west coast of Anglesey. This rocky peninsular is only an island at high tide and was formed from volcanic pillow lavas which are visible along its length. Llandwyn Island and the adjacent beach and dunes of Newborough Warren was the first designated coastal National Nature Reserve in Wales in 1955. In summer the area supports a rich wild-flower community including specialist species of orchid and liverworts, with birds such as whitethroat, stonechats and linnets. Ringed plovers nest on the beach in spring, and migratory Brent geese, wigeon and shell ducks over-winter here.

Photograph by Granville Harris

About Granville Harris

Granville Harris is a Yorkshire based professional photographer with a passion for landscape and the great outdoors. His approach has always been the same; to make maximum use of locations using quality light, good composition and bold colour. These essential elements have led to his work being used extensively in advertising, editorial, and fine art markets.

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