Gower Peninsula AONB South Wales
Port Eynon Beach Gower South Wales on a cold, windy, March but well worth it Winter day. In the summer the beach is often overrun with visitors and holiday makers but in the winter it all but closes down. The Gower peninsula is an AONB, or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and well worth a visit or two - or more!
Pobbles Bay on the Gower peninsula South Wales on a windy day with waves hitting the cliff rocks. Pobbles Bay is just east of Three Cliffs Bay and when the tide is in is cut off from it. Gower, maybe more so around its southern edge, has an amazing coastline and is well worth exploring. The whole peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Worms Head at Rhossili on the Gower Peninsula on a winter afternoon. Magnificent a sight though the Worm is, I was more taken by the sky on this afternoon/evening - having not seen it quite this dramatic before.
Arthur's Stone on the Cefn Bryn Ridge early winter evening on Gower South Wales. The old story has it that King Arthur, returning from a battle in Carmarthenshire, was irritated by a stone in his shoe. He removed the stone and threw it and here is where it landed. In fact it is an ancient neolithic burial chamber.
Looking down on Rhossili Bay on the end of the Gower Peninsula, south Wales, on a bright, sunny, breezy day
Rhossili Bay on a March afternoon, on the Gower Peninsula, south Wales
Mumbles Pier Swansea Bay south Wales photographed from the beach on a summer day
Oxwhich Beach on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales - one very long and very empty stretch of sand in Summer 2017
The cliffs of Great Tor and the beach of Three Cliffs Bay on the south Gower Coast on a cold and sunny day, South Wales
Rhossili Beach on a blustery March evening with high winds and a beautiful sunset sky
Port Eynon Beach on a summer day with wild flowers growing on the sand dunes. This is the Gower peninsula.
A white horse, rolling around and kicking its legs in the air.
Port Eynon Beach Gower with Red Valarian Flowers in the foreground