I hate to tempt fate but the sun’s shining and it feels like summer. I know it’s only mid-April but here’s hoping for an extended run of the flaming orb in the sky for a while longer. Embracing the warmth in the only British way I know how – by getting sunburnt – Tim and I headed out to Pembrokeshire for a day of bouldering. There’s something incredible about these spots, these huge lumps of granite thrusting out of the ground surrounded by beautiful Welsh countryside. Our first spot, Plumstone Mountain, was a short drive north of Haverfordwest. As you turn off the windy B road the horizon is dominated by Plumstone, a four sided mass offering panoramic views. (Photo of me by Tim ‘Sent It’ Ireland).
Poll Carn as seen from Maiden Castle. We’ll be heading back for this soon.
Recent work by Bristol photographer Adam Gasson.