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Pembrokeshire is a predominantly agricultural county, with a mix of arable, dairy, beef and sheep farming. This makes for rich and varied landscapes along the coastal hinterlands, with multi-coloured patchworks of pasture, cereals, root crops and brilliant oilseed rape. In contrast, the sparsely populated uplands can boast no more than a scattering of sheep, grazing between the moorland outcrops and the vestiges of worked out stone quarries. The landscapes vary with the seasons and the moods change with the changing weather.
Little Milford Woods #3. The third of three captures from the ancient woodland that descends to the big bend of the Western Cleddau downstream of Haverfordwest and below the village of Lower Freystrop, Downstream again is Picton Point and the confluence of the Western and Eastern Cleddaus. Completes a nice set! Click on the image for purchase options.