Day 110: Saundersfoot to Tenby – Albert & Blind

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Dyfed, Wales
Telegraphed, Saundersfoot, Dyfed.

Telegraphed, Saundersfoot, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Tenby, Dyfed.

St Mary’s Church, Tenby, Dyfed.

Leafless, Carmarthen Bay, Dyfed.

Leafless, Carmarthen Bay, Dyfed.

Winter Shadow at Gosker Rock, North Beach, Tenby, Dyfed.

Winter Shadow at Gosker Rock, North Beach, Tenby, Dyfed.

Prince Albert Memorial, erected in 1865 as the Welsh National Memorial to the consort of Queen Victoria, Tenby, Dyfed.

Prince Albert Memorial, erected in 1865 as the Welsh National Memorial to the consort of Queen Victoria, Tenby, Dyfed.

Winter light, Tenby bandstand, Dyfed.

Winter light, Tenby bandstand, Dyfed.

Paragon, Tenby, Dyfed.

Paragon, Tenby, Dyfed.

Fort St Catherine,  a 19th century Palmerston Fort, Tenby, Dyfed.

Fort St Catherine, a 19th century Palmerston Fort, Tenby, Dyfed.

Southerndown Home for Blind Babies charity collection box by the medieval town walls, Tenby, Dyfed.

Southerndown Home for Blind Babies collection box by the medieval town walls, Tenby, Dyfed.

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5 thoughts on “Day 110: Saundersfoot to Tenby – Albert & Blind”

  1. hollylynnr says:

    “Winter Shadow at Gosker Rock” is my personal favorite, I love seeing scale like that and you did it beautifully

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