The beach at Llanelli is not all patterns in the sand (see yesterday), there are also many patterns in the stones.
Stones? I don’t think that is quite the correct description! Bricks, metal, clinker, copper and parts of walls would be a more accurate description.
Swansea, on the far side of the Gower Peninsula, used to be known as Copperopolis. In the early 1800s 90% of all the copper-smelting capacity of Britain was based within twenty miles of the city, and it seems there is still evidence of this on the beach in the Millennium Park at Llanelli.
There are more photos of these fascinating objects on the StillWalks Flickr Photostream – all taken on my iPhone.
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