May & June 2014
Phew! What a busy couple of months, from hawks to penguins, fishermen to pirates, a mass of pink at the Race for Life, caps and gowns at graduation – and a Royal visit.
At the end of June, Prince Charles visited Melin Tregwynt as part of his annual summer tour of Wales.
I had to take a photo of the lovely Melin Tregwynt bunting!
There seemed to be a couple of weeks where it was all about birds. There were lots of hawks and owls, for an online feature for Visit Pembrokeshire, and there was a trip to Folly Farm where I was lucky enough to go inside the penguin enclosure and take a few shots. I love those cheeky penguins!
The great weather saw me hop on board a fishing boat for my Sea to Plate photo story for Visit Pembrokeshire, which was also a preview piece for the ever-popular Pembrokeshire Fish Week.
The Pembrokeshire Race for Life was a great day – as it always is. It's a rewarding day while taking photos. You meet lots of people, some with heart-breaking stories, some with inspiring tales, but all there with one common purpose. It was the usual mass of pink and eight pages of my pics were used in a special pull-out in the Western Telegraph.
Sadly the sunny weather didn't last for college graduation day. All the shots were indoors, inside St David's Cathedral (not the best of light), but the rain didn't dampen the celebrations.
And in between all of that, there was quite a lot of writing and editing too.
Here's a selection of my photos from May and June...