Pembrokeshire is, for me, one of the most beautiful places on earth. Its coastal pathway edges steep and winding cliffs, covered throughout the year in a myriad of wildflowers and home to visiting and resident sea and land birds. These cliffs are ever changing with the seasons and always stunning.

Inland, small farms nestle in valleys or perch on top of steep, rocky outcrops. Streams wind through ancient woodlands, creating waterfalls and washing downwards towards the sea.

Here are a tiny number of images from my library, taken since moving here in 1995. If I could, I’d spend all day outside tracing the seasons and the richness of life teeming around me. I feel grateful and fortunate to live in Pembrokeshire.