Landscapes

I hike Wales. A lot. Enjoy my photos of these great landscapes that inspire and uplift me.


Home  Contact
Laugharne Castle, Carmarthenshire.

Laugharne Castle, Carmarthenshire.

 

Laugharne Castle landscape photo, Carmarthenshire, and the regularly flooded carpark.

 

Laugharne Castle is located on the River Taf estuary. Which is also famous for the Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where Dylan wrote many of his famous works, including Under Milk Wood.

 

This landscape photo of Laugharne Castle shows the landscape of the River Taf Estuary, the head of which flows from near the Pembrokeshire village of Crymych, through many Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire villages for approximately 35 miles until it reaches the mouth of the Taf Estuary, Ginst Point and Carmarthen Bay.

 

This landscape photo also shows the infamous and regular tidal flooding of the carpark of Laugharne Castle!

 

View places to stay in this area.

 

Click here to view the full size landscape photo of Laugharne Castle.

 

 

 

Pen Bryn Beach Photo

Pen Bryn Beach Photo

 

PenBryn beach photo on a stormy day.

 

PenBryn beach is located on the Ceredigion coastline; its neighbouring beaches of Aberporth, Tresaith and Llangrannog being the more frequented, there are times when one can visit unspoilt Pen Bryn and have the whole deserted beach (or at least one end of the beach) all to themselves.

 

PenBryn is without doubt one of my favourite beaches in Wales (and the world), and that is quite a self bestowed accolade considering the hundreds of miles of unspoilt Welsh coastline. At certain favourable times, when the tide goes out, another part of the beach is revealed that can only be described as ‘magical’. In this beach photo, you can just about make out the cove of this ‘magical’ beach.

 

For me, the best time to visit PenBryn beach is on a stormy day, when the air pressure is low, and the huge waves crash dramatically. Though, this beach is is equally stunning on a sunny day, so much so, that the makers of the the Bond film Die Another Day decided to use it as a location.

 

PenBryn beach is owned by the National Trust, I have also seen the occasional seal in its waters.

 

View accommodation around PenBryn beach – coming soon.

 

Click here to see the full size version of this beach photo.

 

 

Sunset photo

Sunset photo

 

Sunset photo. Landscape near Ginst Point, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Welsh Landscape.

 

Ginst Point is the relatively unexplored end of Pendine Sands. Ginst Point is just at the estuary turning where the Afon Taf meets Carmarthen Bay, nestled between Laugharne and Pendine. This picture was taken along the road that leads up to Ginst Point and East Marsh. The camera was facing towards the striking geological contrast between the flat area of land around East Marsh and the ubiquitously hilly land of this part of Wales. Although this striking geological feature is in shadow, the sunset photo shows how it rises out of the ground abruptly. This contrast of land is delineated by the A4066.

View places to stay in this area – coming soon.

 

View full size sunset photo.

 

 

This green and pleasant land in pictures - landscape photos, landscape photography,landscape paintings, landscape pictures. As well as sunset pictures, beautiful sunsets, beach photography - all available for your pleasure at Landscapes-Online.com
Copyright © Landscapes, Welsh landscapes, British landscapes, landscape paintings, landscape photography. All rights reserved.