Day 116: Dale Fort to Little Haven – Hangar & Skomer

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Dyfed, Pembrokeshire, Wales
6-inch Coastal Gun Emplacements (active from 1900-1956) adjacent to West Blockhouse Point Beacons, which perform the function of a lighthouse to guide shipping into Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

6-inch Coastal Gun Emplacements (active from 1902-1956) adjacent to West Blockhouse Point Beacons, which perform the function of a lighthouse to guide shipping into Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

The Old Lighthouse, St. Anns Head, Pembrokeshire.

The Old Lighthouse, St. Anns Head, Pembrokeshire.

Remains of Hangar Foundations at RAF Dale (later RNAS Dale). Opened in June 1942 which immediately had a frontline role when the Wellington bombers of No 304 Squadron, RAF, arrived, mostly manned by Polish airmen. Dale, Pembrokeshire.

Remains of Hangar Foundations at RAF Dale (later RNAS Dale). Opened in June 1942 it had a frontline role when the Wellington bombers of No 304 Squadron, RAF, arrived, mostly manned by Polish airmen. Dale, Pembrokeshire.

Rain over Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire.

Rain over Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire.

Waterfall, Watery bay, Marloes, Pembrokeshire.

Waterfall, Watery bay, Marloes, Pembrokeshire.

Carn Llidi from St Bride’s bay, Pembrokeshire.

Carn Llidi from St Bride’s bay (The Cathedral City of St David’s is hidden from view in a depression below the peak), Pembrokeshire.

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11 thoughts on “Day 116: Dale Fort to Little Haven – Hangar & Skomer”

  1. Phil Scarfe Beckett says:

    This is being really persnickety, but an ‘r’ has snuck into the title for the seven sisters shot in ‘Perimeter’. This doesn’t detract even slightly from either the breadth and depth of your photography, or my appreciation of the skill – and slog! – associated with creating it.
    Brilliant concept, huge challenge, impressive execution. Where are my boots?…………(I wish……!)

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  2. Nancy says:

    My husband proposed to me on the remains of RAF Dale. When I said, ‘Yes’, he promptly dumped me in a gorse bush! We’ve thrived on nearly 41 years together. Looking forward to photos of further north along the Cardigan Bay. Personal circumstances mean we no longer live there but go back whenever and how ever we can. Thanks for your blog.

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