What a great afternoon I spent taking photos of the 2019 Tour Of Pembrokeshire!
Lula, my dog, and I lurked halfway up Mathry Hill and I tried my best to capture the pain and misery etched on the athlete’s faces – sadly, to no avail! Despite calls of, “Show me your ‘Race Face’!”, everyone looked far too pleased with themselves!
A fantastic cycling event, as usual, with hundreds of fantastic cyclists taking part! Well done to all!
I had a great time photographing Mrs Clark’s 90th birthday party at one of Pembrokeshire’s premium venues, Beggar’s Reach! It was a great celebration full of family and friends and here are a few of the photos.
There’s a free download for any and all of the photos from the album on my home page – just ask Bethan for the password!
The Spring Jole 70 2017 was a fantastic day for all concerned! 70 miles of challenging cycling through the rolling back lanes of the Cotswolds (with a few steep climbs!) in the glorious spring sunshine. It started and finished at The Bike Shed, Tetbury, with some lovely grub freshly cooked to order! Apologies for the lack of decent images, I simply strapped the action-cam to the back of my bike and let it fire at will!
I really enjoyed taking photographs today at Pennar Robins AFC’s Football Festival! It was very well organised (apart from the weather!) and it seemed as though every team from Pembrokeshire was here! I’m looking forward to next year’s festival already!
What a great event! Part of the Man-Up UK Pencarnan Summer Run Series 2016 – a 2km, 5km and a 10km run for fun! Held at Pencarnan Camp Site, St Davids – I can highly recommend this event! Superb!
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A glorious day in the Pembrokeshire sunshine! Neyland AFC held a superbly organised mini football festival, attended by several Pembrokeshire sides, plus a couple of clubs from further afield in South Wales. A big thank you to Neyland AFC on a very successful day!
I strapped an ‘action cam’ to the back of my bike and fired away during this year’s Tour Of Pembrokeshire! Here’s a few of the photographs! It was very well organised (as usual!), but not a single drop of rain (VERY unusual!). A slightly different cycle route, starting and finishing near St David’s at Crug Glas, and another huge success!
Thank you very much!
Not far from Hayscastle Cross, Plumstone Mountain was a little nippy to say the least! I brought my boys up for a little walk and took a couple of photos. It offers good views of Pembrokeshire, plus George was playing with a random dog who just turned up!