It was interesting photographing the final stages of the demolition of the jetty at Llanddulas. The jetty, which has withstood over 60 years of rough seas and weathering couldn't withstand the onslaught of heavy machinery that came in to break it up. The work was carried out by Jones Brothers (Ruthin) and Inglenorth. The 100+ cormorants have had to move over to the adjacent jetty to dry their wings and rest.
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Working all hours according to the tide..
The cormorant's farewell..
The final assault..