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Worm's Head with causeway, Gower Peninsula by Paula J James
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Worm’s Head was historically named Wurm – meaning dragon, by viking invaders. It is shaped like a giant sea-serpent and marks the most westerly tip of the Gower. The headland is one mile long and the highest point is about 150 feet. The jagged and rocky causeway leading out to Worm’s Head is only exposed for about two and a half hours before and after low tide. A young Dylan Thomas made the mistake of falling asleep here and had to wait for the waters to recede again before returning to shore. Worm’s Head can be found on the Wales Coast Path at Rhossili.

I am from the Vale of Glamorgan in south Wales. I enjoy walking and exploring new places and I love to capture images of the beautiful things that I see. I hope that you get as much pleasure out of looking at my photographs as I did taking them. Thank you very much for looking.

You can also view and buy more of my photographs here:
http://www.paulajjames.co.uk
http://photosofwales.co.uk
http://www.photo4me.com/PJ
http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulajjames/

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