St David’s Cathedral at dusk from the gatehouse, started 1123, Pembrokeshire.
Path to the ruins of St Non’s Chapel, held by tradition to mark the birthplace of St David, Pembrokeshire.
Nave of St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape (glimmer), St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Early morning, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape II, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
St. Non’s Well, said to have sprung up during a thunderstorm when St. David was born about 500 AD. Its waters are reputed to have healing properties, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
Porth y Ffynnon, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
Oak ceiling above the nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape III, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Chest tomb showing incline of nave, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape IV, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Tomb stone, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Treginnis Uchaf, St David’s head, Pembrokeshire.
West front of St David’s Cathedral made of distinctive purple Cambrian sandstone, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape V, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Entrance to the Great Hall of the Bishop’s Palace, St David’s, Pembrokeshire.
Carreg yr Esgob, St David’s Head, Pembrokeshire.
Great Hall of the Bishop’s Palace, St David’s, Pembrokeshire.
Seascape VI, St Bride’s Bay, Pembrokeshire.
St David’s Cathedral from the Bishop’s Palace, Pembrokeshire.
Ramsey Island & St David’s Head, Pembrokeshire.
Irish oak ceiling above the nave, constructed between 1530-40, St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Ynys Cantwr, Ynys Gwelltog & Foel Fawr, Ramsey Island, Pembrokeshire.
Steps to St David’s Cathedral, Pembrokeshire.
Porth y Rhaw, St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
St Non’s Cross, 7th to 9th century, St Non’s Chapel, Pembrokeshire.
Bwthyn Trehilyn, cottage with traditional lime mortar over tile roof, Porth Clais, Pembrokeshire.
Pen Dal-aderyn (western most point of mainland Wales) & Ramsey Island from St Justinian, Pembrokeshire.
Last light, Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Sunset over Ramsey Island & South Bishop Lighthouse, Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Sunset over South Bishop Lighthouse, Pembrokeshire.
South Bishop Lighthouse, Pembrokeshire.
Coetan Arthur, a Neolithic burial chamber believed to date from around 4,000 B.C, Porth Mawr, Pembrokeshire.
At Pen Dal-aderyn, the most westerly point of mainland Wales looking towards Ramsey Island.
Camp below Carn Perfedd, Porth y Dwfr, Pembrokeshire.
Dawn by St George’s Channel , Porth y Dwfr, Pembrokeshire.
I think these are among your best photos. All are fantastic!
Thank you, It was an astonishing day of riches!
These photos are very powerful, I just had the feeling of being there. This must be so good for your soul! Continued safe travels!
it certainly was, nature and the best of human culture combined in a single day are a recipe for calm
Beautiful evocative images-it makes me feel I’m there. Such beautiful places.
Beautiful and interesting photos. I didn’t know of this cathedral. Lovely use of light conditions.
Its quite hidden, literally – it was built in a depression in the ground so it was hidden from the sea so as not to be a target for viking raiders
That’s really interesting to know. Thanks.
OMG, what a beautiful pictures. I wanna go there!!!!
fantastic shots! as always, the fog makes for dramatic landscape views. and the Cathedral is very impressive.
Thanks, very enjoyable contrasts, it’s easy to see why the area is such a focus for spirituality
That’s for sure! It looks very attractive!
Oh and those camping spots you find along the way are absolutely fantastic! 😉
What gorgeous coastline
special isn’t it
incredible carving huh!
These photos are amazing! Love the angles in the Cathedral. I couldn’t stop admiring the details of such a beautiful place. I love the photo of “Entrance to the Great Hall of the Bishop’s Palace, St David’s, Pembrokeshire.” I think I would have stayed here just looking at this entrance. The “St David’s Cathedral from the Bishop’s Palace, Pembrokeshire,” photo was perfect with the cathedral framed perfectly. If I was thereI would have stayed there for hours and filled up my memory card. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos. We don’t have beauty like what you have in the States.
Many thanks, It’s certainly a very inspiring location for photography, I did good job of filling up my cards! You have great beauty in the States too but the sense of ancient history is around every corner in the landscape here.
Stunning! I must go to Wales!
you won’t regret it 🙂
Love the juxtaposition of photos – hard lines of human constructions, versus the melting softness of the landscape.
Thanks Ruth – that’s how it felt that day – the morning spent admiring the cathedral and the rest of the day wandering through the mist thinking about what I’d seen earlier
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Your series of seascapes is gorgeous. I would love to see them printed on a monumental scale and exhibited all together.
Thank you – so would I!