A Week In Wales (3/7)


These pictures were taken when I spent a week in Pembrokeshire with Mark and my mother during September 2002.





Here I am standing in front of a conical hill on the south-west of Ramsey island. Just earlier we had seen choughs and wheatears. Ramsey is one of the few places in Britain where choughs can be seen.







Here is Mark picnicking amongst the heather shortly before our boat trip back to the mainland.








This is the boat which took us back from Ramsey Island to St. Justinian. It is operated by Thousand Islands Expeditions based in St David's and is the only company licensed by the RSPB to land on Ramsey.







When we returned we found cows had arrived and were drinking from the ponds in front of the cottage. Moorhens and gadwalls were frequent visitors to the ponds. Whitesands Bay is in the distance.







The day after visiting Ramsey Island we went for a picnic at Solva.



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