Ilkeston Cam On Holiday 2002 - South West Wales
Part 18 - A Miscellany Of Images
The photos on this page were taken during July 2002
With the camera on the lowest quality and resolution
setting, I came home from Pembrokeshire with over 270 images
on a 20mb card. Some of them were not even worth downloading
but in the last seventeen parts I have displayed over 100 of
them on this site. In this the final part, here are half a dozen
of what I consider to to be the "Best of The Rest".
This first one was an experimental shot into the sun of an almost
deserted Saundersfoot Beach early one morning. The view across
the almost motionless waters of the Bristol Channel is towards
the Gower Peninsula, Swansea and South Wales.
While we were in Saundersfoot, the beach was put up for sale
and on the same morning as the experimental picture, a television
crew were filming an interview against his ice cream van with
the owner on the beach.
Most days while we were out and about, we enjoyed a picnic lunch
and the Manorbier Bakery in Saundersfoot became a regular stop
during our early morning walks to purchase our packed lunches.
The Pembrokeshire Pasties, Wales' answer to the more famous Cornish
Pasties, were especially good.
You can see some images from our visit to Llangloffan Cheese
Centre, in Part 14 but this the inquisitive farm cat there, was
a firm favourite with visiting children.
And in Tenby a trio of gulls certainly made the presence heard.
But we ended our sojourn in South West Wales with another pre-breakfast
walk on Saturday morning to Saundersfoot Harbour. This view from
beneath the harbour wall and between the beached boats is towards
St Brides Hill. And just look at that sky - the promise of another
warm sunny day and not a drop of rain all week! Who said you
don't get good holiday weather in the UK?