Church Rock, Pembrokeshire

“Mind the Gap”

In spring 2022, I visited Pembrokeshire for the first time. Of all the sites to photograph—the Green Bridge of Wales, Church Doors and St Govan’s Chapen—Church Rock stood out in my research. These sea stacks did not disappoint. While there were a lot of compositions from the beach that I wanted to explore, looking on the Ordnance Survey map the day before, this sinkhole on saddle point had caught my imagination. I had planned to make this shot even more minimalist and I hoped to compose out the headland to focus on just the stacks and the lagoon, but I just couldn’t find the angle to do so; in the end, though, I was happy enough with it as the distant headland loses contrast from the moisture in the air. I can see myself visiting Pembrokeshire again before too long and when I do, Broadhaven is top of my list to revisit.


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