Sunday, 7 February 2016

Swansea, the mumbles and beyond....

A brighter day for our visit to Wales, when we drove down to the Mumbles near Swansea.






Another day we went to the Gower, where we had a lovely walk...









We also stopped at Llantwit Major - well it had to be the beach again didn't it.  


It clouded over and got very breezy, but was worth the stop





Then onto the Fishguard area, we did have some business to attend to which proved to be highly successful, so our trip was very worthwhile...




and a certain lurcher enjoyed the visit too...










16 comments:

Judy said...

Wonderful views!

rusty duck said...

That last shot is wonderful. Man's faithful friend. Poor William :(

Marie Smith said...

Great photos. I love the two with the blue gray sky and the beach rocks, Llantwit Major. Many beaches of Newfoundland have beach rocks.

ann @ studiohyde said...

It was very scenic there Judy.

ann @ studiohyde said...

Yes, William can be such a poser! lol

ann @ studiohyde said...

The rocks are very unusual there Marie. Here's a link about them:
http://www.llantwitmajor.ukfossils.co.uk/

(hopefully it won't be too boring a read) lol ;)

CJ Kennedy said...

Spectacular photo of the lighthouse. Looks like a painting!

Eileen said...

It's fun exploring new places especially on the coast. Glad you had a good trip!

ann @ studiohyde said...

yes, I've a feeling it will end up as a painting ;)

ann @ studiohyde said...

Thanks Eileen, I take everyone on the trip with us don't I, lol :-)

Shammickite said...

hahaha poor William looks like he's being blown away! We could see Mumbles and the Worms Head from Lester point when we walked up Hangman Path behind my house. Great view across the Bristol Channel. Nice sketches!

Christine said...

So lovely being by the sea, and beautiful sketches too.

ann @ studiohyde said...

Yes, on a clear day we've done that walk too :-)

ann @ studiohyde said...

Thanks Christine :-)

robin cox walsh said...

A bit breezy was it? LOL ;)

ann @ studiohyde said...

lol...William and the weathervane coat! ;)

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