As I mentioned in my first post, this is kind of cheating. We went to St David’s first, but the Abereiddy pictures were really cool, so I wanted to post them first. However, St David’s deserves a post, and here it is!
St David’s is Britain’s smallest city (size and population) and it’s known for being cute, quaint, small, and having a great, big, massive cathedral.
It was while we were wandering about the cathedral grounds that my husband started telling me he was going to take a picture that would be published on the BBC weekly photo round-up.* Accordingly, we started a bit of a throw-down, trying to take artistically arranged photos which, at this time of year, in Wales, include lots of daffodils.
Behold the daffodils and other artistic shots (some more successful than others!):
Exhausted, and artistically drained from our photo shoot, we went to Pebbles for lunch where either we were very hungry, or the paninis really were the best, ooey-gooey, cheese-and-hammy things ever created by a human being. It was a good lunch!
And that was St David’s. More Wales to come …
*Stay tuned to hear about how my husband’s quest for BBC photo publication turned out 🙂