The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board’s Pilot Jetty at Point Lynas, Anglesey, UK

Point Lynas Charles Kenwright

The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board’s Pilot Jetty at Point Lynas, Anglesey, UK
copyright: charles kenwright/ http://www.openmind-images.com

Anglesey lies in the approaches to the River Mersey and the port of Liverpool. This jetty at Point Lynas, just next to the small lighthouse, is sometimes used by Mersey Pilots to board their Cutters and go out to the waiting ships to guide them into the River Mersey. Point Lynas is situated on the north east side of the island. I took this shot at 6.30pm., it was already getting dark and the light was failing quickly, which for me, only added to the mystery and beauty of the place.

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4 thoughts on “The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board’s Pilot Jetty at Point Lynas, Anglesey, UK

  1. Hey, Charles! I don’t believe this picture! Was it really not CGI? this seems so perfect, the waves, the water, the sky, the barbed wire around the entrance door at the front of the dock. I’m repeating myself, but here, more than the last time I used this phrase on this website, “unearthly beauty” is more than justified. Wow. If I were Peter Jackson,i would shoot a movie with this dock as a bridge to another world…..

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