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  • Location: halton,cheshire
  • Location: halton,cheshire

    These are some of the 70 pictures i took in Anglesey. the one of the beach and hail was during a hail storm it really did hurt like someone was slapping me on the back of my leg when it was freezing cold. we had a wonderful day and to top it all off, a magnificent sunset. The waves were 8-10 feet tall in pensarn to about colwyn bay and about 9ft at the biggest in Anglesey.

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    lovely shots, I lived at Treaddur Bay for 5 years whilst working at RAF Valley 85-90 but can't recognise where they are?

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  • Location: Deiniolen, 223m, N. Wales
  • Location: Deiniolen, 223m, N. Wales

    Very nice - actually that's not far from me in Snowdonia - Had very nasty Sleet, Snow and Hail showers here yesterday - had winds gusting 56mph at times.

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  • Location: halton,cheshire
  • Location: halton,cheshire
    lovely shots, I lived at Treaddur Bay for 5 years whilst working at RAF Valley 85-90 but can't recognise where they are?

    hi john, some were from Red dwarf bay and some were from a beach where is not far from an RAF base its a beach where it was famous for surfers but because of erosion the waves have lost a few feet becuase they were around 20ft it said on a sign but now the surfers don't go because the rocks which are dangerous get the biggest waves now not sure of the name sorry :(

    Very nice - actually that's not far from me in Snowdonia - Had very nasty Sleet, Snow and Hail showers here yesterday - had winds gusting 56mph at times.

    I think the highest gust i had was in red dwarf bay of 76 mph :D

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