Despite forecasts of evil weather and traffic mayhem we got to Angelsey for Christmas to find it bathed in sunlight. Being sans golf clubs we took the opportunity to walk on both Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
First stop was one of our favourite haunts: Penmon point with its fine view of Puffin Island.
On 26th and feeling in the mood for post-turkey exercise we decided to head for Parys Mountain, a spectacular landscape we visited two summers ago but without a camera. December proved a fine time to capture the rainbow colours of the defunct copper mine recently featured on Coast . This time we did the whole of the circular walk. Take a look.
Lots more photos on Flickr. But don’t think mine are too bad!