If you are in Pembrokeshire on a Winter’s day you could be forgiven for thinking there is not much to do, but firstly, remember you have an extra 15 mins of daylight as you are further West, so bonus!

Secondly, take advantage of the nature that is enjoying that part of the year.

 We went to Strumble Head in late October last year and happened across these little grumpy furries.

There were six seal pups, and mum hovering off shore, in the causeway.

They were not too impressed we were there, but it was amazing seeing them. We kept our distance, but still got some amazing shots.

Even at that time of year there at things to look at and places to explore.

I found this beetle half way up the cliff.