A slow week in a Welsh cabin
Photo diary: celebrating May Day in Wales
At the beginning of May, my partner and I spent a sunny week in Cardigan Bay, Wales. We stayed in an octagonal eco-cabin nestled in acres of farmland and woodland. It was a dreamy location.
Our travels took us to Hay-on-Wye, Brecon, Llandovery, New Quay, Llangrannog Beach, Penbryn Beach, Cardigan and Aberaeron. We also walked some of the Ceredigion Coast Path.
I didn’t film our trip, but I ended up taking 905 photographs! I’ve put my snap-happy motivation down to my current social media break. Not thinking about the Instagram algorithm seems to be good for my creativity. Long may it continue!
I’ve since reduced my photo haul to roughly 100, which I’m sure my future self will thank me for. I thought it would be fun to create a mini travelogue in photos. I hope you enjoy seeing some of the sights.
Penbryn Beach – we had the entire beach to ourselves
Cilborth Beach from the Ceredigion Coast Path
A tiny water world on Llangrannog Beach
Ynys Lochtyn from the Ceredigion Coast Path
The Ceredigion Coast Path
Overlooking the breathtaking Ynys Lochtyn
Sea and Slate Gallery, Llangrannog – I was sad to find it closed
A circle of friends, Llangrannog
Simple pleasures at Tafell a Tân, Llangrannog
Celebrating May Day in Aberaeron
Scupture by David Appleyard at New Quay
Saint Carantoc, Llangrannog
Too many books, too little time
Watership Down, Hay-on-Wye
A cosy lunch at the Cosy Cafe, Hay-on-Wye
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