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Kite Surfing near Burry Holms, Llangennith by Paula J James

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Burry Holms is a small tidal island located at the northern end of the Gower Peninsula, Llangennith, south Wales. 9,000 years ago it was up to 12 miles (19 km) away from the sea and inhabited by nomadic Mesolithic hunters. Flint tools provided the first evidence of their existence in 1919, since when charcoal, charred hazelnut shells, and tools made out of wood and bone have also been found. A 1998 excavation by the National Museums and Galleries of Wales found that Burry Holms was used as a Mesolithic seasonal camp. Iron Age people subsequently built a 5 acre (20,000 m²) hill fort and ditch on the island, while in Medieval times it was home to a monastery.

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.

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