Abereiddy is a gorgeous hamlet in North Pembrokeshire, consisting of half a dozen, or so, cottages. Originally a centre of slate mining with the produce being shipped from nearby Porthgain. The tower on the cliff is of uncertain origin, it possibly being a lookout point or as meeting place for the directors of the slate mines. Abereiddy has been photographed to death! I studied more than a thousand images on google images and Flickr to see if I could photograph the hamlet from a viewpoint that hadn't been done before. Having done so, I'm as certain as I can be, that no one has photographed this composition of Abereiddy before.
Location: Abereiddy Pembrokeshire
Photographer: Andrew Warren