Elegug Stacks, Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire

A highlight of the Pembrokeshire coastline, these stacks are home to thousands of guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes during the breeding season.

A highlight of the Pembrokeshire coastline, these stacks are home to thousands of guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes during the breeding season.
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Cliffs at St Govan's Head with the Coastguard Lookout in the background. The Coast Around St Govan's Head. A highlight of the Pembrokeshire coastline, these stacks are home to thousands of guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes during the breeding season. The Green Bridge of Wales is one of the most famous landmarks in Wales, and one of the most spectacular sites on the Pembrokeshire Coast. It is located close to Castlemartin in the south of the county, and is adjacent to the Stack Rocks and the Cauldron. St Govan's Chapel, Pembrokeshire. St Govan's Day is March 26th. Further information at http://www.revjones.fsnet.co.uk/govan/govan.html
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Index PagePembrokeshire..St Govan's Head
Date2008-04-13 13:29:14
DescriptionA highlight of the Pembrokeshire coastline, these stacks are home to thousands of guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes during the breeding season.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightCopyright 2008 Ken Davies & Debbie Phillips
Tags Canon EOS 5D Carboniferous Limestone Carboniferous period Coast Coastal Cymru Elegug Stacks Erosion Geology Limestone Outdoors Pembrokeshire Sea South Pembrokeshire St Govan's Head Stack Rocks Stacks Wales Wales/Cymru West Wales
CameraCanon EOS 5D
LensEF24-70mm f/2.8L USM 
Focal Length70mm
Focal Length (35mm)70mm
Shutter Speed1/125
Aperturef/7.1
ISO Speed100

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