January 2, 2014

0934 UNITED KINGDOM (Wales) - The Cenarth Falls

Located in the village with the same name, the Cenarth Falls is a cascade notable as the first significant barrier on the River Teifi, that salmon and migratory seatrout encounter on their return to their home river as they make their way upstream to spawn. The less well-known Henllan Falls a few miles upstream provides similar opportunities to watch fish migration. In late summer and throughout autumn Salmon can be watched "jumping" the waterfalls and of course anglers can be observed trying their luck at catching a fish from April onwards.

About the stamp
The stamp is part of the definitive series about which I wrote here.

Cenarth Falls - Wikipedia

sender: Jeni & George Dragoman
sent from Penarth (Wales / United Kingdom), on 31.01.2012

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