The widest section of the Dyfi Estuary, about two-thirds of the way down from Glandyfi, is a vast expanse of saltmarsh
dissected by meandering muddy creeks. As such it is actually rather difficult to photograph effectively. This one serves
to emphasise that expansiveness: all in all it is a rather empty place - save the abundant wildfowl that feed along the
creeks on the abundant biodiversity that lurks beneath the surface of the mud. As a consequence it is one of the most
peaceful places anywhere in the area, once the maze of creeks has been successfully negotiated!
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