Time For a Paddle

Photo: Mike Howe

Photo: Mike Howe

The weather on the Pembrokeshire coast has suddenly turned beautifully sunny and warm.  The sea is sparkling and flat as a pancake, so for the first time since last September we got the kayaks out and went for a little paddle.

Photo: Mike Howe

Photo: Mike Howe

Kayaking gives you such a different perspective on the landscape and seascape around you.  This sea cave cannot be seen from the surrounding cliffs, and as well as being very beautiful, it is also a special place for another reason which I will elaborate on later.

Newgale

Photo: Mike Howe

And with 186 miles of coastline to choose from, all we need is a half decent summer for the first time in years and we’ll be out there exploring once again, I’ll even get the fishing lines out.

Photo: Mike Howe

Photo: Mike Howe

 

 

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About Mike Howe

I am an ecologist and a composer of guitar based instrumental melodies signed to the Real Music label in California. I like to write about my work, music and nature conservation and how it all comes together. I try not to write about things I don't know much about.
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2 Responses to Time For a Paddle

  1. Anthropogen says:

    Great photos. Very serene. That looks like a good way to spend the day.

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