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Hart Photography - Welsh Landscapes and Wildlife Images by David Hart
THE PEMBROKESHIRE COAST
As Britain's only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire has a lot to live up to, however it does so in spectacular fashion. From its most southerly point in Amroth to the high cliffs of the north near Strumble Head and Gwbert, each cove and turn of the coastline offers breathtaking scenery, teeming with wildlife from seals, dolphins, razor bills, chough and peregrine falcons.
Although a regular visitor and having walked over two thirds of the Pembrokeshire coastal walk in one go and undertaking the rest over the many trips there, one place keeps drawing me back and that is Bosherston and its lilly ponds on the Stackpole Estate, as the majority of images in these two galleries will testify to. Many enjoyable mornings have been spent watching the otters of Bosherston, often being there early enough to enjoy the sunrise as well over Broad Haven beach and Church Rock.
This year 2009 will hopefully see a few more images from other parts of the coastline so please keep coming back.
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