'Stones, the sea and the weather have moulded the look of Pembrokeshire. Man has merely scratched it's surface.'
(Vyvan Rees, South West Wales, 1965)
from 'The Pembrokshire Coast Path, (John Cleare)
|Newport beach, early evening.|
|St Brynach's Church, Cym-yr-Eglwys|
|The church was almost completely destroyed by a storm in 1859, in which 113 ships were also lost!|
|View from the summit of Carn Ingli (Angel Mountain) where the legend of|
Mistress Martha Morgan was born.
|Llys Y Fran Reservoir.|
|A very old dwelling, originally probably housed a fishermans family. Couldn't help but remark the absence of window on the side of the cottage that over looked the sea!|
Yes, absence truly does make the heart grow fonder!