We were heading out for a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from Porth Clais to Porthlysgi Bay when I heard a familiar robin call from a bush in the car park. This robin looked particularly friendly as he sang his song to me so I broke off a little piece of pastry for him.
We went for a walk over St. Anne’s Head in Pembrokeshire, Wales this week. The last couple of days have seen record temperatures for February recorded across the UK and it is feeling unseasonably warm.
These black hairy caterpillars, possibly White Ermine Moths, were out in force out on the coastal path.
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The sand dunes of Freshwater West in Pembrokeshire are so extensive they’ve built a road through them. This was a little mind-blowing.
This is a short video of the road and the setting sun as we drove back out from the coast. The backing track is an early version of ‘Something’s Changing’:
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