Photography in Pembrokeshire.



I love where I live and this is noticeable by the number of photographs that I take of the area, every turn of the road leads to another beautiful view.  We have been in Wales for nearly 2 years now, but it feels like we have never lived anywhere else.  We enjoy exploring the countryside and coastal areas for photography and filming, we have just finished a film set on location around some of our favourite places and some newly discovered ones.

I have been playing with some images that I have taken over the last couple of years, the colours over here are wonderful especially when there are bursts of sunshine.

If you haven’t been to Pembrokeshire, I highly recommend it, there are so many places to explore, we have lots of history and the most amazing beaches that you can stroll along at low tide. During the autumn months, you may be lucky enough to spot a seal with a cub or the dolphins playing in the coves. Things you may never have imagined actually seeing in places they are supposed to be. I really want to go to Skomer to see the puffins but I get very travel sick so I may have to deal with that first and go on a couple of shorter trips first.



A field of wishes, dandelion seed heads, nature at its most beautiful.
We went for a wonderful walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at Abercastle.


boat at abercastle

Solva, fishing boat.
Solva, fishing boat.


Sunset, Trefin, half tone, textured view.
Trefin in Pembrokeshire is one of the less touristy beaches and it smells heavily of seaweed.


Daffodil, a ray of sunshine in what can be a grey spring.
Daffodil, a ray of sunshine in what can be a grey spring.


Herrings at Fishguard
Herrings at Fishguard



Fishguard used to have a fishing industry, herrings were the main trade, unfortunately, the fish have now moved to pastures new so to speak, but the heritage lives on. It is a beautiful walk along the harbour looking at all the beautiful cottages that have now become holiday homes.

Have a wonderful one,




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