1/500 • f/11.0 • 18.0 mm • ISO 320 •
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This spot on the Teifi, immediately downstream the bridge, was known as Sheep's Pool, Before the advent of sheep dip, from the sloping rock in the foreground, the flock was driven into the river and herded across by coracle men. This river-wash would rid the sheep of ticks and fleas. The rocks opposite are known as 'The Run'
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