Pastel shades of pink and blue at Druidston Bay, Pembrokeshire.
Evening light on ripening barley on the Pembrokeshire coast. This is just off the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Penycwm beach is at the north end of Newgale, Pembrokeshire. It's only accessible from Newgale when the tide is low enough to walk around the rocky headlands that jut out onto the beach. Otherwise it is accessible by walking down the path from the small hamlet of Penycwm at the top of the valley. This photograph is taken at sunset with the sky reflecting in the water that sits in the rockpools.
The view from Carningli in heather season. Carningli is part of the Preseli hills and stands above the town of Newport. With great views from the top over Newport bay and Dinas Island. In the autumn the heather creates a beautiful purple blanket around the lichen covered rocks. Fans of the books of Brian John will recognise Carningli as Angel Mountain from the series of books http://www.angel-mountain.info/
Although we don't have huge amounts of woodland in Pembrokeshire; those areas we do have are beautiful examples. This is Minwear woods, not far from Haverfordwest.
Pembrokeshire has great potential for stargazing due to the lack of light pollution. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/gazing-at-the-stars/ Here, on a starlit night, haybales provide foreground with a shooting star/meteor for good measure.
Stack rocks is a regular destination for photographers at broadhaven south beach in south pembrokeshire
Dramatic light at Druidston beach in Pembrokeshire. I recommend a visit to the hotel above the beach http://www.druidstone.co.uk/
Pwllcrochan which translates to Cauldron Pool which I think is rather apt when the stream is in full flow.
A typical coast path scene in the Pembrokeshire National Park. http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/?PID=4
A starlit night at Porthgain harbour, Pembrokeshire. Night photography provides a unique challenge but when you get it right, the rewards are well worth it. I always recommend a visit to http://www.theshedporthgain.co.uk/
A long exposure photograph of waves pouring over a typical piece of pembrokeshire coastal geology.
The Lighthouse at Whitford Sands on the Gower Peninsula. Cormorants use it as a perch.
Porthgain harbour under a moonlit night in Pembrokeshire with a view towards the old counting house that stands on the harbour wall.
The rocky outcrop at foel drygarn in the preseli hills of North Pembrokeshire. An old Iron Age fort and not far from the sites where it is thought the bluestones for stonehenge were excavated. Check out https://www.bluestonebrewing.co.uk/ for great local ales.
The lookout at Abereiddy is a great subject for photography. The lookout is reached by scrambling up the steep path and walking out onto the headland near the blue lagoon in north Pembrokeshire.