Ilkeston Cam On Holiday 2002 - South West Wales
Part 11 - Saundersfoot When The Tide Goes Out

The photos on this page were taken on Tuesday evening 16th July

All of the pictures on this page were taken between 7.45pm and just after 8pm. Judging from the sign on the railings on the harbour wall, there was still sufficient depth of water in the harbour at 5pm to enable the fishing boats to dock.
No Fish Tonight

A couple of days earlier we had watched a hive of activity here as these fishing boats were unloaded and their catch being transferred to lorries on the harbour wall. Tonight though all was peace and quiet.
High And Dry

The receding tide had also left all the pleasure craft high and dry.
Beyond The Harbour

Beyond the harbour wall, sand, shingle and an occasional rocky outcrop are exposed twice a day at low tide as the beach stretches down to the sea.

Pebbles of all shapes and sizes, driftwood, slabs of concrete, an old crumbling wall, the almost vertical cliff face and a splash of colour from the wild flowers all add to the different textures visible from the beach.
Monkstone Point

Monkstone Point lies off in a southerly direction and is approximately midway between Saundersfoot and Tenby but perhaps just a little closer to Saundersfoot.

Click the links below to see more.
Part 01
Part 02
Part 03
Manor House 1
Part 04
Manor House 2
Part 05
Saundersfoot 1
Part 06
Lower Fishguard 1
Part 07
Lower Fishguard 2
Part 08
Part 09
Burton Ferry
Part 10
Shire Horse Farm
Part 11
Part 12
Part 13
Part 14
Part 15
Part 16
Pembroke Dock
Part 17
Part 18


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