Foel Drygarn, Preseli Hills
Foel Drygarn, Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire.
Photograph taken by Tom Bown a local photographer.
Tom is a landscape photographer based in Pembrokeshire, on the far West coast of Wales. The Pembrokeshire coast is a National Park and although the rugged coastline is the reason for it’s designation, the park also boasts wild uplands and estuarine environments.
Tom says "My photography explores many hidden nooks of this corner of Wales. The images in my collection are most often the result of many hours spent in and around each location. Pembrokeshire offers incredible views but light and season give different perspectives and I aim to capture moments when conditions have produced something special. This means making multiple visits to get the right shot and a lot of time spent waiting and watching. Sometimes I get lucky and manage to get a shot as I see something that strikes me as I walk. All of my images are the result of being in the right place at the right time, either by accident or design. I am drawn to the liminal spaces in the landscape and many of my images are taken where features meet. Rock, sea and sky often combine. In Pembrokeshire, the earth often seems to be bursting through tears in the fabric of the land that covers it; especially at the coast where the Irish Sea has weathered the ground, and I have always enjoyed time spent in these places".
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