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On the horizon we can see the outline of the 12th-century church of Llangwyfan and the circular sea-wall of its cemetery. It stands on an islet, surrounded by the sea at high tide, and approached by a stone causeway. Dedicated to St Cwyfan, it is a typical example of Anglesey's small, early churches, sited in lonely places. In the foreground, a local farmer has brought his horse and cart down the sandy lane to load a cargo or perhaps to collect seaweed to strew over his fields as fertiliser.

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