Views from Tywyn over the hills behind the Dysynni and beyond

On a recent flying visit to Tywyn, walking along the beach towards the Dysynni, it was terrific to see the autumn light on the hills and water over the Dysynni valley, like Tal y Garreg, Llechlwyd and Craig yr Aderyn (Bird Rock).  During the Iron Age some of these hills housed fortifications, implying that the landscape below was farmed at this time, just as it was further to the north.  A beautiful place to live on a day like this, safe in the knowledge that the central heating waits back at the ranch, but it must have been a hard life during the Iron Age with the winter closing in.

 

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  1. Missionarysights

    Views from Tywyn over the hills behind the Dysynni and beyond On Thursday, October 21, 2021, Aberdovey Londoner wrote:

    > Andie posted: “On a recent flying visit to Tywyn, walking along the beach > towards the Dysynni, it was terrific to see the autumn light on the hills > and water over the Dysynni valley, like Tal y Garreg, Llechlwyd and Craig > yr Aderyn (Bird Rock). During the Iron Age some” >

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