Aberthaw Industrial Images

“The greater part of the coast of Wales is composed of limestone, but none is found of this peculiar quality but at Aberthaw. All the roofs and walls in the village are defended by a coat of this eternal cement; and when a roof admits the rain, it is conceived quite time to pull the house down.”

Excerpt from an account of the 1815 Voyage round Great Britain by Richard Ayton. 

ABERTHAW INDUSTRIAL PRINTS Limestone proved to be of significant industrial importance to this small hamlet on the South Wales coast and images prove there are great pictures to be had in some unlikely places. Shooting the industrial landscapes in and around this beach location can give strong yet powerful images with bold silhouettes, shapes and patterns.

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