Looking down towards St Davids Cathedral, situated in St Davids in the county of Pembrokeshire, on the most westerly point of Wales.
Looking down the steps from the coastal work towards Porthgain Harbour, in Pembrokeshire, Wales
The jagged rocks at Marloes Sands in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The Beach has been used in filming locations such as Snow White and the Huntsman.
Church Doors Cove, a small sand and rocky cove with magnificent towering cliffs cut by the forces of the sea in to a huge 'door', the beach is accessed at low tide by steps.
The Green Bridge of Wales is a natural arched rock formation, approxiamately 80ft high, on the Pembrokeshire Coast in South Wales, it is home to many nesting sea birds, the noise when I visited in June is incredible and f you're lucky looking through binoculars it is possible to spot a guillemot chick.
The Blue Laggon at Abereiddy, a flooded quarry in South Wales very common with swimmers and divers
Looking down to a hidden cove along the Pembrokeshire Coast
A lobster pot on the harbour at Porthgain in South Wales, looking towards the Harbour Masters Office
Elegug Stacks, Stack Rocks are dramatic pillars near Castlemartin in Pembrokeshire Wales. The road to the Stack Rocks passes through an army tank range and is closed at certain times. The rocks are an important nesting site for guillemots and kittiwakes, which can be seen throughout spring and early summer, the noise from here is incredible. Using binoculars it was possible to pick out the baby chicks being carefully guarded by the parents.
Known as 'Ladies Cave' a rock formation on the beach at Saundersfoot in Pemrokeshire