I haven’t really got going with Pembrokeshire landscapes since we moved – almost two years ago now, heavens! I keep taking quick snaps of things I’d like to paint, but don’t often get the time to actually paint them. But this time I have!
Above, Clouds over Cleddau a view from Hobb’s Point in Pembroke Dock, where the sailing ships used to dock when the town was a naval dockyard, across to the current sailing haven of the day, Neyland Marina with its fleet of small white-masted yachts.
I’ve taken several snaps of this avenue of plane trees in the Memorial Park at Pembroke Dock – I love the way you can really feel the prevailing wind direction from the shape of the trees, even when it’s still, and the way that the trees provide a frame for the distant sun.