Day 111: Tenby to Stackpole Head – Fog & Quoit

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Dyfed, Wales
Sunrise over Caldey Island lighthouse, Dyfed.

Sunrise over Caldey Island lighthouse, Dyfed.

Jackdaws, Penally, Dyfed.

Jackdaws, Penally, Dyfed.

Lydstep, Dyfed.

Lydstep, Dyfed.

Constellation of net buoys, Lydstep Haven, Dyfed.

Constellation of net buoys, Lydstep Haven, Dyfed.

Proud Giltar, Dyfed.

Proud Giltar, Dyfed.

Amputation, Lydstep, Dyfed.

Amputation, Lydstep, Dyfed.

Last glimpse, Caldey Island, Dyfed.

Last glimpse, Caldey Island, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier I, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier I, Dyfed.

Presipe, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Presipe, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier II, Dyfed.

Air Defence Range Manorbier II, Dyfed.

Conigar pit, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Conigar pit, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Fissure, Priest`s Nose, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Fissure, Priest’s Nose, Manorbier, Dyfed.

King’s Quoit, Neolithic Burial Chamber, Manorbier, Dyfed.

King’s Quoit, Neolithic Burial Chamber, Manorbier, Dyfed.

Double Yellow, Manorbier Castle, Dyfed.

Double Yellow, Manorbier Castle, Dyfed.

Coast path to Freshwater East, Dyfed.

Coast path to Freshwater East, Dyfed.

Freshwater East Beach, Dyfed.

Freshwater East Beach, Dyfed.

Drinking Trough, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Drinking Trough, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Gorse & Bracken, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Gorse & Bracken, Trewent Point, Dyfed.

Stars above Camp, Stackpole Head, Dyfed.

Camp, Stackpole Head, Dyfed.

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14 thoughts on “Day 111: Tenby to Stackpole Head – Fog & Quoit”

  1. I love the way these pictures give a fainter echo of the brighter colours of the summer in Cornwall and Devon: similar topography, different season.

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    • Thank you – it’s very conscious in my mind, so I’m gad it’s apparent. This is the second winter I’ve been on the trail, lat year being in Hampshire. So I’m partly thinking of that while in South Wales as well as Devon for the reasons you mention.

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  2. picebergen says:

    Oh wow… It’s wonderful to look at the world with your eyes. Pictures are telling an amazing story. I wish i could go to explore now! Thank you for sharing 🙂

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  3. Gorgeous pictures! The fog or little light give them an eerie atmosphere that one has a tendency to naturally think of when thinking of the coasts of England…
    Back from El Camino in Spain last October after walking 845 kms, I immerse myself in other hikers/walkers’ experiences through reading and pictures, to not lose the trail….

    Happy wanderings and beautiful year! Enjoy the coast!
    Jul’

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    • Well done on El Camino! Sounds like you should plan your next trail 🙂 I agree about the fog it seems to give the place a more mysterious atmosphere, it’s certainly one of the advantages of pressing on through winter

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      • Next trail is a climb: I should be on top of Mt Blanc by the end of June if all goes well weather-wise this year; we’ve been deterred twice already.

        Enjoy the foggy atmosphere and stay warm! Happy trails!

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