Part of an ongoing project to create portraits of places through a mixture of candid and informal portraits of people and their environment.
Every year more than two million passengers pass through this port in Anglesey on journies between Ireland and Wales. For the majority I am sure passing through is all they do, having the most peripheral impact on the local economy and community. So, with a 2 hour parking slot I decided to explore the town and the streets immediately beyond. These images are my response to the world I found on a quiet Sunday morning.