PEMBROKESHIRE - PAGE 3 - 28/03/06 - 02/04/06

More photos from our visit to Pembrokeshire in Wales.

The beautiful isolated beach at Marloes is shown above, water steaming from rock pools and rock formations across the beach gives it a look of another world.
On the left another scene from Marloes Sands showing the view through the spectacular rock formations, the other two photos show the beach at Barafundle Bay and the view from the cliff tops on the walk towards the bay from the National Trust's Stackpole Quay.
A hazy looking Barfundle Bay on the left and Stackpole Quay in the centre above, you can see more photos from this area by clicking here for details of our visit in September 04. On the right tree reflections on the water at Bostherton Lakes give this picture an abstract look.
St Bride's was another place worth a return visit, in the photo on the right you can just see the 19th century St Bride's Castle which has now been converted to holiday accommodation and in the left photo the small Norman church in the village.


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