Pembrokeshire Fieldwork

I have been back in Pembrokeshire doing fieldwork for my MIS:TIQUE project. I love the county. It is fieldwork like this that makes my job one of the best in the world. I’d like to thank the Keele Learning and Teaching Innovation Grant scheme for funding the fieldwork.

I’ll post more about the geology and some of the gigapans that I have shot in future posts when I have done the image processing but, in the mean time, here are a few scenic shots. Note that the weather was not always this good!

Rainbow at Whitesand Bay
Rainbow at Whitesand Bay
St David's Head from Abereiddi Bay
St David's Head from Abereiddi Bay
Ramsey Island from St David's Head
Ramsey Island from St David's Head
Marloes Sands
Marloes Sands
Strumble Head from St David's Head
Strumble Head from St David's Head
Skomer Island from Marloes
Skomer Island from Marloes

Higher resolution and other Pembrokeshire photos are in my Flickr Set.

One Reply to “Pembrokeshire Fieldwork”

  1. Pembroke is the most wonderful place for a geology field trip when the sun is out. Trouble is, every time I went when I was at School or Birmingham Uni, the rain was driving horizontally off the sea! We were supposed to see pillow lavas at Strumble Head (if I recall) but it was so windy and wet that it wasn’t safe to go near the cliffs 🙁

    I think I went there once in my first year at Birmingham when the sun was shining – I remember chilling out on Marloes Sands looking at the fossilised wave beds or maybe searching for trilobites, noshing on my packed lunch (as you do) and thinking that this geology lark would be pretty much the perfect vocation. And somehow I ended up in IT…

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