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Pembrokeshire wild horses “Unless we view things with our heart, we can see nothing. If we look at the world with a love of life, the world will reveal its … Read more…
This list changes, probably every 6 months when I have had the chance to discover new places or simply fall more in love with places I’ve been to before but not appreciated them yet or seen them in the right light. Having recently ventured on a week of photographing
Pembrokeshire for a 2017/18 project, here is the list as it stands today…
Nigel J Bevans
One of the top ten things to do in Pembrokeshire
The first time I heard the term ‘Coasteering’, I took a guess that it would be like orienteering but focused around the coast.
Alright, I thought, trying to navigate our way along a stretch of the Pembrokeshire National Park coastal path would get us out in the fresh air. Now, walking along the coast path is a fairly straight forward activity so what could all the excitement be about; my son, Oliver was keen to find out 🙂
The Web of Life “The world is an intricately interwoven web of infinite relations. When we apply this worldview to matter and to all living things, including people, we can … Read more…
From The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddi to The Sloop at Porthgain
Traditionally my family’s favourite walk for over 25 years has been from the black sand and blue lagoon of Abereiddi to the well-known and highly recommended pub in Porthgain – The Sloop, so when my daughter brought her Spanish boyfriend to Wales for the first time, it was her choice of where to go.
This was also Cwtch, the border collie’s first time along this stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park coast path. She loved it and so did our visitor, Sergio!
The Year of the Horse – The Horse Matriarch. “Unless we view things with our hearts, we can see nothing. But if we look at the world with a love … Read more…
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Pembrokeshire photographer, Jenny Rees, begins her series of posts following the wild horses of Dinas Head. Year of the Horse I have never considered myself to be a ‘horse’ person. … Read more…
This secluded wooded valley is a hidden delight.
My only hesitation in writing about one of my favourite Pembrokeshire walks is that this wooded brookside walk is so unspoilt and peaceful – rarely do my collie, Cwtch and I meet anyone here. But I can’t keep a secret. At any time of year a ramble through Eweston woods along the brook is a magical, inspiring and enchanting place to be.