Fine Art Landscape Photography, Abercastle, Pembrokeshire, West Wales, UK
Limited Edition Print *
The sun disappears 'until tomorrow' at Abercastle, Pembrokeshire
Abercastle is a small coastal village between St David’s and Strumble Head in south-west Wales. Once a trading harbour, it was also the landing site for Alfred Johnson in the first single handed west to east sailing voyage across the Atlantic in 1876, which took 60 days. The harbour is still used by local fishermen, mostly for lobster and crab, and is also considered home by a local seal.
* This image is a Limited Edition Print of 350 for all prints larger than 12"x8".
Location: Abercastle, Pembrokeshire, West Wales, United Kingdom