Early evening on Laugharne Estuary with the sky reflecting on the water around a small blue boat.
The Boathouse is situated on the estuary at Laugharne, in which the poet Dylan Thomas lived with his family between 1949 and 1953, the last four years of his life. It was at this house that he wrote many major pieces. It has often been suggested that he wrote Under Milk Wood whilst living here. The house is set in a cliff overlooking the Tâf Estuary.
A view of Laugharne Castle from the estuary. This magnificent medieval castle was built in the 13th century by the de Brian family, probable probably built on an earlier Norman castle. Dylan Thomas is said to have written poems in in the summer house within the castle grounds. The castle is now managed by CADW.
A small fishing boat moored on the river in front of Laugharne castle in Carmarthenshire.
An autumn image of a path through woodland in Laugharne. The path through this woodland has been named the Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk.