Bacon Hole, Pennard, Gower

Bacon Hole (AW290)

©Paul Edwards 2011

Taken just before sunset in December 2011 at NGR SS5604586834, looking out to sea from inside Bacon Hole, which is just to the west of Hunts Bay (Deep Slade), near Pennard, Gower. In a booklet titled "The Caves of Gower", published by the Gower Society, Benard Morris reported that remains of straight-tusked elephant, soft-nosed rhinoceros, giant ox, bison, reindeer, wolf and hyaena have been found in this cave. Canon EOS 40D, Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens at 10mm, Manfrotto tripod. Exposure F11 at 1/100, 1/25 and 1/6 secs combined. Original images in Raw format.