The view looking west from Gateholm Stack, after pottering around Marloes Sands https://www.iancylkowski.com/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
Three bays here are separated by huge cliff faces with broken-off boulders: Watery Bay, Victoria Bay, and Little Castle Bay.
Right on the edge of the sea, looking all the way along the Castlemartin Cliffs https://www.iancylkowski.com/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
I was absolutely flabbergasted by this view, one of the best in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
A feature of the fascinating geology at Marloes Sands https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
I used these two leaning sea stacks to create a “channel” of sand through the composition that leads the eye to the distant sea stack.
Bullslaughter Bay https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
Another one of the numerous bays and inlets that can be found along the Range East area of the Castlemartin Cliffs, this one is called Bullslaughter Bay.
The cliffs of Tenby South Beach https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
I shot this composition primarily for the criss-crossing pattern in these rocks as they pointed towards St. Catherine’s Island in the distance.
Raggle Rocks of Marloes Sands https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
A more intimate view of the jagged ridge known as Raggle Rocks, found at the northwestern end of Marloes Sands.
The bay in this composition is known as Flimston Bay, which houses a golden beach and turquoise waters dotted with boulders and pinnacles, and surrounded by cliffs.
Tenby North Beach https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
Waltzing along the clifftops of Tenby, I came across this patch of flowers looking across Tenby’s North Beach and set up for a composition.
Lisabet and I arrived at Marloes Sands as the tide was heading out, so more rock formations were being revealed alongside some perfectly smoothed out sand.
The way to St. David’s Cathedral https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
The steps down to St. David’s Cathedral, surrounded by autumn foliage. Just to the left of the Cathedral are the 700-year old ruins of Bishop’s Palace.
St. Govan’s Chapel https://www.iancylkowski.com/#/pembrokeshire-coast-autumn-2018/
To achieve this composition I shot four vertical compositions side-by-side, each one consisting of seven exposures. This resulted in a panorama built from 28 exposures.
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