Tuesday, 13 August 2013

A bit more Welsh Scenery

 During our visit to Wales we took a boat trip around Ramsey Island before landing there and spending some time on the Island (an RSPB reserve). This first picture shows Megan at the top of the highest point on the island.
 It turned into a beautiful day, and by the end of it we had all caught the sun a little, despite the suncream.
 We really enjoyed the visit and saw lots of wildlife too - choughs, red deer, ravens, kestrels and a peregrine falcon.
This is where we stayed the first week, close to Strumble Head.


 We stayed in that little white cottage down there, very close to the 'garn' which we climbed up to get the photos.
Thanks for looking.

9 comments:

  1. Fabulous scenery shots Sal and so pleased you had a good time, thanks for sharing.

    B x

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  2. Brilliant photos Sally - it looks a lovely place x

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  3. Gorgeous scenery, fabulous photos.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  4. Looks stunning Sally and your photos are fab. Glad you enjoyed it so much.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  5. Beautiful scenery, great pictures. You can't beat Britain when the sun's shining!
    Helen

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  6. It looks spectacular & that's an impressive tally of unusual birds too. Britain is a wonderful place for so many things.
    Paula (PEP)

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  7. Gorgeous scenery, great photos! x

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  8. Isn't the scenery fabulous, the sea so blue too. I must make a visit there someday, seeing as it's so close :)

    Glad you enjoyed your visit.

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  9. How very nice! That little white cottage looks just like the right place to stay in.

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