Before the start of an exciting, jam packed summer of wonderful wedding photography, we decided to sneak in one whole week of rest and relaxation in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The cats went to the parents, the housework, computer and even mobile phone signal was left behind; and we disappeared off to a little cottage in the middle of nowhere. Ty Glas the little blue cottage owned by Hugo and Nettie, was a little bit like a fairy tale. Places as quiet, calm and beautiful as this little blue house don’t exist all that often these days. Life became a whole lot simpler and more rewarding. And it had a ruddy great big fluffy bed.
From our cute cottage, we used the days the explore and visit all parts of the Pembrokeshire coast, we visited the port town of Tenby, played the arcade machines and had packed lunch in a cave. We spent a morning collecting seashells and rocks on Poppit Sands, and Helen did some horse riding across a rather dramatic beach. On a particularly sunny day, we decided to walk 9 miles of coast from St David’s Head, through the Ramsey Sound, past boats and blue sparkling water I didn’t even think existed in this country. Evenings were spent resting by the fire or watching the sun set if we could see it. This was my kind of holiday. Wales was awesome.
If your interested, you can always check out my Instagram feed to see our holiday though the lens of an iPhone. Otherwise stay tuned for a whole bunch of wedding and portraits this summer. I’m raring to go.