Photographer's Note

Hello Everyone,

The weather is still cold, grey and rainy in Northern England so here is a picture to remember warmer times and give a little cheerfulness to the spirit!

This is a photograph taken above Broad Haven, South, Beach in Pembrokeshire, Wales. As you can tell, the weather was glorious, perfect for visiting the wonderful beaches in this area. I just love the wildness and the loneliness of this shot!

Here is a little further inf. c.o. Mike & Julie Dennison:
A recommended gentle walk is from the car park near Bosherston church, round the lily ponds to Broad Haven beach near Stackpole Warren. This can get a bit muddy in the winter, but is well worth the effort.

There is parking at Broad Haven beach so the walk may be done in reverse if you prefer, but beware of the very steep steps from the cliff-top car park to the beach. This beach is known as Broad Haven, South, to distinguish it from the Broad Haven near Haverfordwest.

The lily ponds were part of the Stackpole Estate and were made in the 18th-19th centuries by blocking three narrow limestone valleys. Apart from the lilies, which are best in early summer, it is possible to see otters, coarse fish, water birds and dragonflies. Day permits for fishing are available from the Olde World Cafe in Bosherston.

Many thanks for stopping by. Please feel free to offer feedback on any aspect of the photograph. :-)

pp cropped, adj levels, added border and text.

I apologise for the loss of technical info which apparently happened as I saved the shot!

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