First glimpse of the sea, down a side street.
To our backs was the main church in the town, St Mary's.
Another side road - this had been empty for a second whilst I pressed the shutter. In that second, someone came around the corner and another man came out of his house!
Looking across the bay towards Rhossili Downs and Worms Head on the Gower.
Looking the other way, Caldey Island.
St Catherine's Island, which was a Zoo at some point in its history. We were too mean to pay to go and explore!
Some of the beautiful Regency houses overlooking the sea. You would need deep pockets to buy one of these! Unsurprisingly, they are well-tiled to keep out the weather.
Wildlife . . . I was about 3 feet away from him and he not the least bit bothered!
A similar thing has occurred here as at Llansteffan, with a sort of Lagoon scenario going on. I'm not sure if the Council has been at work or whether that big surge we had a couple of years back was responsible. It ripped all the dunes out at Pembrey, so may have done similarly here.
Tree Mallow and Thrift making the most of the warm rocks and sheltered spot.
Now THAT'S what you call a garden wall!!
An inviting set of steps lead up to a door into a private garden.
Wild flowers have got a good hold in the stonework, keeping their faces to the sun.