Thursday, 6 August 2015

Sunday morning in Saint David's Pembrokeshire

Hi Everyone, just a piccie post today for you.  Hubby has been wanting to go to St David's in Pembrokeshire for a while, we haven't been for years, so on a beautiful day a few weeks ago we decided to go. Just an hour and a half and we were met with the most glorious colour sea I have seen in the UK for a long long while, just stunning.

St Davids is on the old Christian pilgrimage journey, it was supposed to be that you had to try and visit it 3 times in your life. Well I think we have done a few more than that, luckily we are not too far from it. Coming forward into History from the foundation of the Cathedral. The son of Owen Tudor (the Grandfather of Henry V11) Jasper, spent a lot of time at Pembrokeshire Castle and I should think he spent some time at St Davids too. Well I want to think so.

Anyhow, here's some piccies I took, nothing special, but I hope you like them.
This was what met us as we went over the hill to Newgale on the way to St Davids

Solva Estuary



Inside the Bishop's Palace
Toward the Palace doorway

Looking at the Bishop's Palace from the Cathedral



The Cloister


The beautiful wooden roof
one of the Chapels






A tomb 
Another Chapel

The fabulous wooden cross in the centre of the Cathedral

An alter in a small Chapel



The Cathedral from the road

On our way home through Broad Haven

Looking back across the bay

8 comments:

  1. Hi Faith,what beautiful photographs tfs.Stunning Cathedral too ! Looks as if you had a great time there ;) Viv xx

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  2. You know you have me longing to see this, don't you?! The pictures are just grand, beautiful color and glorious ruins and buildings. I'm so glad you had a day out to enjoy this awesome scenery, and thanks so much for sharing with those of us who will never get to see IRL. I think I remember that HenryVII also spent time with his uncle at this place when he was just a small boy, before he had to flee from the Plantagenets. Hugs

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  3. Super photos and love the history - wonderful. x

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  4. Stunning pictures Faith - makes me a wee bit homesick! If only the weather was always like that!

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  5. Beautiful photos Faith. Lucky you being so close to such a lovely place.

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  6. Thank you so much for posting these beautiful pictures Faith. St.Davids is definitely on my bucket list. hugs, Pat K x

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  7. Visiting Pembrokeshire is on my list of places to see. These pictures are wonderful Faith. Thanks for the trip!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  8. Breathe taking scenes....thank you for sharing and taking me along on your journey through your photographs. Someday perhaps I might be lucky to cross the pond and venture there.

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