We've just got back from a couple of days away. We went to Anglesey where we visited South Stacks on Holy Island, Parys Mountain, which at one time was the larges copper mine in the world, and Aberffraw.
Although it was quite dull on the first day, the colours were really inspirational. At South Stacks the heathland colours were lovely pink purples, yellows and greens of the heather and gorse, while at Parys Mountain the colours were of mineral blues, ochres, browns and pinks.
Today the sun shone and we were treated to the beautiful blues from the sea and the sky and soft sand colours from the beach.
The three images I've selected give you a flavour of the rich colours and textures we saw!