Wednesday, 29 August 2012
pembrokeshire instagram loveliness
Pembrokeshire is a beautiful place to live and with the addition of an Instagram filter it is just even better. We have so many picturesque areas to choose from it seems we are quite spoilt. Above on the left panel we have a view towards the Bishop's Palace in St Davids. St Davids is the smallest city in the UK with a population of less than 2,000 and it has a magnificent 12th Century cathedral. Top right is the coastal town of Tenby with its colourful Georgian houses on the harbour. Bottom right is a photo of Saundersfoot harbour at low tide which I snapped with my phone whilst out on a run.
Wiseman's Bridge has got to be my favourite beach, especially in the winter. It is really unspoilt, has great rockpools for exploring, a pub at the end and free parking right next to the beach. If you are visiting there is a caravan and campsite just across the road. I enjoy running down here too; the coastal path snakes around here through the old mining tunnels to Saundersfoot. It is my favourite beach for searching out seaglass. I look for hours until I go cross-eyed whilst the menfolk are doing manly things like digging trenches in the sand.
Even when the sky is dark and brooding and full of rain Pembrokeshire still looks magnificent. This is Fishguard harbour taken from the headland.
This building isn't in Pembrokeshire and strictly speaking shouldn't be included on here but I couldn't resist. It's only over the border in Carmarthenshire so not too far away. I love the old tin clad building in Llansteffan. I have no idea what this building was used for but it is ageing very gracefully (just like we all wish we can!). I dread to think what would happen to it if a property developer got their hands on it *shudders at the thought*.
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