Country diary: the dynamism of the dunes

Ynyslas, Ceredigion: The seaward face of the sand dunes, as mobile as the beach, had changed considerably since my last visit

The falling tide had left the wide expanse of sand dotted with the remains of long-dead jellyfish, their structure draining away as they sank into starkly patterned discs under the afternoon sun. Offshore, the last of the ebb tide battled with the waves setting in from the west, a broad line of noisily confused breaking water marking the sand bar at the mouth of the Afon Dyfi.

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Source: The Guardian
Country diary: the dynamism of the dunes