sketch book: from Aberafron to Trevor

17/08 walking from Aberafron to Trevor, giant slabs of concrete with embedded shingle, stones and steel re-bar, shaped and softened to seaweed.  On the cliff face ‘fairy chimney’ crevices – shelters for swallows from ejected rock.  A hanging fence of wood posts strung with wire marks the change in land mass by its movement, swaying in time to the waves.  Squares of concrete sit on the edge of shallow water, water seeping into their doorways – erosion defences turned ‘look-outs’ assuming the temporary position of rest.

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