Unlike for most people, beaches are a winter destination. Our pair of dogs are rescue dogs, and were never taught how to behave properly around other dogs. In the summer, the beaches are full of people, and their dogs. As a result we leave them to their fun in the summer, and we go in the winter. The beaches are nearly always empty, so we get views like this all to ourselves.
I know the sky is grey, but somehow it has it's own beauty. At least I think so..
This is Ynyslas, a sandy penninsula that pokes out in the the mouth of the Dyfi estuary.
Aberdyfi is just on the other side of the river, seems so close you could touch it!
However, there's no bridge across at this point, instead it's a 13 mile drive up the riverto Machynlleth if you want to get there.
Before the sand dunes is a huge expanse of sand and mud flats. Great fun if you're a dog who likes to chase things.
This is just so Meg, the trot towards you, because you might just throw her ball!
Then when you throw it! Such fun, and then your Mum tried to get in on the act and dump you in the sand!
Guess who found the continuous shooting mode on her camera, and worked out how to make animated Gifs?
This is why I really love the place really. Just look at that sky.