We made so many memories as a family on our recent holiday to Bluestone Wales, one of those was visiting the walled seaside town of Tenby. We all fell in love with it for so many reasons – it was the beach for Mr H, the harbour with the boats bobbing along for our five year old and for me it was these portholes overlooking the harbour. I remember stumbling across them when we last visited two years ago but it took me a little while before I found them again. They create the perfect framing for the harbour and on a clear blue sky day you are treated to the most gorgeous of views.

I sat for many a while looking out to sea whilst the boys picked up some fish & chips. I can imagine being a local, taking a seat and reading a book whilst taking in the views. It was such a peaceful spot, due to the walk around to them I can’t imagine many tourists find them. We enjoyed a little lunch, a little conversation and to take a few photos of course.


I have added this post to Darren’s #MySundayPhoto over on his blog Photalife.

19 comments on “#MySundayPhoto – Walled Seaside Town”

  1. Wow, the colour of the water is amazing. It looks tropical. Beautiful photos and so pleased you had a brilliant time. #MySundayPhoto

  2. Beautiful captures of this seaside town… Tenby is our next planned destination in exploring Wales. Your photos make me want to hop on a train right away, however we won’t be going until next year. Boo! I enjoyed following along with your Bluestones adventures via social media. #MySundayPhoto

  3. Hi Kerri-Ann, I can see why you fell in love with the portholes. The view through them is very pretty and if they are hard to find even better! Fewer people to crowd the view! Hope you sneaked back with a book.


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