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The Wales Coast Path is the world's first coastal path network to cover an entire country and stretches 870 miles (1400km) from the mouth of the River Dee in Flintshire all the way to Chepstow. Photographer Jeremy Moore has been photographing the Welsh coast for the past two years, and here he shares some of his pictures.

In pictures: Wales at the water's edge

~ Wales Coast Path ~ the world's first coastal path network to cover an entire country and stretches 870 miles from the mouth of the River Dee in Flintshire to Chepstow ~

There was another friend I used to go walking round Snowdonia national park with. He knew all the routes and was equipped with satnav. I can't remember the names of the walks now! They were reasonably steep climbs.

Top of Snowdon in Snowdonia on a fantastic hike to the top of the largest Mountain in Wales

14 places in Wales where you can stand on a beach and see a castle - Wales Online

14 places in Wales where you can stand on a castle and see the sea

If you thought Castell Coch was a fairy tale castle before.

The modes of transport may have changed but people are still going about their business in the shadow of Cardiff Castle.

Cardiff Then and Now... Incredible merged images bring the city's past back to life

Cardiff Then and Now: Incredible merged images bring the city's past back to life - Wales Online

Vyrnwy at dusk

The sizzling weather's set to stay for the rest of the week

New digiscope launched to monitor Cardigan Bay's Dolphin population - Wales Online

New digiscope launched to monitor Cardigan Bay's Dolphin population

New digiscope launched to monitor Cardigan Bay& Dolphin population - Wales Online

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