No matter where I travel I am always drawn back to Wales, I am in a constant state of wonderment at it's diverse landscape and wide open spaces, the epic mountain ranges of the north and miles of unspoilt beaches in the south, the lush green valleys of mid Wales and the ancient forests that watch over them.
Over the next few months I am going to be publishing a series of photo blogs highlighting the beautiful country I am proud to call home, starting with the quaint town of Laugharne on the banks of the Taf estuary.
Most famous for having been home to Dylan Thomas in his latter years, this Camarthenshire town close to the Welsh coast attracts literary enthusiast every year. Overlooking the Taf Estuary sits the Dylan Thomas Boathouse, his home for 4 years and where he wrote many of his works, a short walk away nestled in the heart of the town is friendly and inviting Browns Hotel, his favourite watering hole and one of the venues for the annual literary festival, the Laugharne Weekend.
I first discovered Laugharne last summer whilst working on a production filming in near by, we were experiencing a super moon resulting in extreme tidal activity but also the most incredible sunrises and sunsets. These photos were captured at dawn on my way to work, the tide was so high that it engulfed the Castle car park, reaching it's highest point just as the sun began to rise. It's moments like this that as a keen photographer and wanderluster you feel truly in awe of nature.