Day 109: Laugharne to Saundersfoot – Dylan Thomas

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Dyfed, Wales
Dylan Thomas Boathouse, in which the poet lived with his family between 1949 and 1953, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the poet lived with his family between 1949 and 1953, Laugharne, Dyfed.

River Taf at dawn, Laugharne, Dyfed.

River Taf at dawn, Laugharne, Dyfed.

The writing shed used by Dylan Thomas, close to The Boathouse, Laugharne, Dyfed.

The writing shed used by Dylan Thomas, close to The Boathouse, Laugharne, Dyfed.

First light, River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.

First light, River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Dylan Thomas’ writing shed, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Dylan Thomas’ writing shed, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Laugharne Castle established in 1116, Dyfed.

Laugharne Castle established in 1116, Dyfed.

River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Mouth of the River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Mouth of the River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Low tide, River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Low tide, River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Wharley Point and the River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Wharley Point and the River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.

East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.

East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.

Pendine Sands where in 1924 Malcolm Campbell set a world land speed record of 146.16 mph in his Sunbeam 350HP car Blue Bird, Dyfed.

Pendine Sands where in 1924 Malcolm Campbell set a world land speed record of 146.16 mph in his Sunbeam 350HP car Blue Bird, Dyfed.

Smoke cloud from the MOD firing range at Pendine Sands, Dyfed.

Smoke cloud from the MOD firing range at Pendine Sands, Dyfed.

Shell damage to concrete block structure used in WW2 as preparation for Operation Neptune, the amphibious assault of mainland Western Europe. Ragwen Point near Pendine, Dyfed.

Shell damage to concrete block structure used in WW2 as preparation for Operation Neptune, the amphibious assault of mainland Western Europe. Ragwen Point near Pendine, Dyfed.

Ragwen Point and Marros Sands, Dyfed.

Ragwen Point and Marros Sands, Dyfed.

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