The fourth in a series of photographs of Gwenfaen's Pillar captures the atmosphere and energy in the shot of the sea around the Gwenfaen's Pillar and Porth Saint.
There are a couple of stories behind why this rock stack was called Gwenfaen's pillar. The one I prefer is that a 6th century saint named Gwenfaen was chased from the hermitage at Rhoscolyn and sought refuge from her druidic pursuers on the pillar and as the tide rose and threatened to sweep her away angels came down and carried her off to heaven. 

Gwenfaen's Pillar

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                                        Tel 07725 865177          Llanelian-yn-Rhos, Conwy, Wales, UK

    © 2018 by Palombella Hart Photography

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