Skeletons sticking out of cliffs and villages emerging from sand dunes sounds like the stuff of horror movies.
But they are just a few of the sights seen by archaeologists excavating Wales’ coastline.
Dyfed Archeological Trust has been examining spots around the nation as part of the Cadw-funded Arfordir project. In St Ishmael, Carmarthenshire, a 16th century village was found buried under sand dunes.
Kind of an amazing amount of stuff in that area.