Here is the full three days of a remarkable journey into the heart of Pembrokeshire.
Travels in my camper van called Woody
I've travelled over 50,000 miles on my camper-van-camino - and sent out hundreds of posts from my Genius Loci Digest about my travels and adventures across the British Isles.
On winter days like this the gateways throw their light out like a net and those that are caught are subject to fanciful thoughts.
Because I work from a camper van, I’m used to the odd flannel wash, and there has been occasions where I’ve missed that procedure all together...
This is a place of transition - between the land and the sea, between heaven and earth and between time and tide.
I decide to chance it. There’s an inch of snow. I take the tripod off the side shelf of the van and fix my camera to it. I open the side door and lose my footing as I step out of the van.
My van, Woody, is my time-travelling machine, taking me to some remarkable places that have altered my mind like wine through water.
On the second day of the shoot I arrived early to capture the light upon the north side of the cathedral and then photograph some of the interior in the morning light before it was opened to the public.
I'm between photo shoots and parked up in the Chatsworth Caravan and Camping Site. It's the perfect spot to explore the surrounding landscape..
When I first recognise it, there’s a sharp intake of breath. Surely that isn’t one tree?