Lunch with a view. One of my favourite memories from our holiday in Pembrokeshire a couple of weeks ago. I love the contrast of the yellow against the green grass and the blue sky, I can still hear the sound of the waves crashing against the sand. Broad Haven South Beach definitely has a place in my heart, for its breath taking views, its secluded spot and for the memories we made as a family.
One of my favourite photos I have taken of the three of us was captured on this beach. As the boys do, they were sat having a little chat, typically I was behind them capturing the moment when I thought to myself what a wonderful view. I very quickly propped my camera on my rucksack and joined them. And I am so glad that I moved quickly and that the timer worked.
As we made our way down the path I couldn’t help but feel that we had escaped to some forbidden beach, it was so beautiful. As we walked along the beach we felt the warm sand in our toes, kicked a ball and played hide n seek in the sand dunes. It was a really peaceful few hours, I think at one point we were the only ones on the beach, and oh my goodness it felt like heaven.
As we made our way back along the beach to grab some lunch Mr H spotted a bench at the top of the coastal path and instantly we knew where the perfect spot was to set up a little picnic. We definitely overstayed our welcome on the bench and were soon chased away by hungry seagulls. This day, Thursday 4th May will be a day on the calendar I will never forget. A day where the three musketeers ruled the world, or at least the Broad Haven South Beach.