Some photos from a trip to the Pembrokeshire earlier in the year. The plan was to drive over from Bristol, and make the most of a few days in the South West of Wales, by visiting Pemrbrokeshire, Haverford West and Tenby.
I’m trying to get into the habit of blogging a little more regularly, blogs seem like a far more natural platform for posting a series of images, and you can have complete control of the layout, formatting and size, and you can view them full screen on a computer.
Most of our time was spent visiting different beaches, this guide was really helpful to find all ones that were dog friendly in the summer.
Freshwater East & Freshwater West are both dog friendly all year round, and definitely worth exploring.
Right by where I was staying was the Pembroke refinery, which you could see for miles around, and at night when it was still, you can hear sound from the burners.
Tenby was really nice, this is the beach with the converted lifeboat house that was on Grand Designs
It felt like I waited here for ages to get a shot clear of any people, even then I had to get handy afterwards with the clone brush to remove those final pesky elements.
I couldn’t leave without getting at least one shot of the refinery at night time.