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October 11, 2015

My Sunday Photo


My Duke of Edinburgh expeditions have come to an end for this year, and this picture was taken during my last expedition.

We were staying in the Fishguard area and I was on driving duties very early, (so early that I had to dress by headtorch light, as it was so dark!).

Fortunately, I was able to stop for a few minutes and enjoy this beautiful area.

If I wasn’t heading to meet a group of young people, I really could have stayed here all morning.

It’s great to discover a little bit of hidden beauty every now and then.


10 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo

  1. Lisa says:

    I would love to be sitting on a step or a bench in this area drinking my morning coffee..So pretty 🙂

    1. kim says:

      Hi, that’s how I felt when I was there. I would have loved to have a warming cup of coffee while sitting watching the water.

  2. The place looks very tranquil and calm Kim. The photograph shows the beauty of the place too. It’s excellent.
    I hope you’re all well.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

    1. kim says:

      Hi David,

      It was such a beautiful place, glad I stopped for a few moments to let it sink in. Hope all good with you, lovely posting something as it’s been a while.
      Take care,

  3. OneDad3Girls says:

    I do love a harbour town, they are so picture perfect

    Thank you for linking up

    1. kim says:

      A harbour environment is one of my favourite places to visit. So calming and peaceful.
      Lovely to link up, thank you.

  4. Coombe Mill says:

    Looks like a lovely sleepy hamlet

    1. kim says:

      Such a lovely place, very quiet due to the early start, but worth the stop and little wander.

  5. Lovely photo of a stunning place. So pretty there! #mysundayphoto

    1. kim says:

      Such a calming little place, glad I spotted it on route to my group and definitely worth a stop. #mysundayphoto

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