We were still safely on the path when I took this. The small islands in the distance are St Tudwal's Island East and St Tudwal's island West.
Here we've started to struggle up through the gorse. The thing on the top of the hill was an old windmill. It's perfectly situated to get the wind, whichever way it was blowing.
Finally we reached an outcrop of the granite we'd come to see. The peak in the distance is also granite.
A choice of paths in the woods at Glyn y Weddw. We took the coastal path. We'd walked past the house, which is now an art gallery. We didn't have time to visit the gallery and anyway it turns out that it's closed on Tuesdays over the winter. One day I will come here just to do civilised things like look at art and have tea in the tea rooms.
For some reason, people have been hammering coins into this tree stump.
This interesting sculpture stands on the cliff alongside the coastal path that runs through the grounds of Glyn y Weddw. It's overlooking the beach at Llanbedrog. The beach was more or less deserted, just a chap with a metal detector and a couple of other walkers.