A small storm creates beautiful sunset light over the Gold Coast Hinterland, Australia
The quaint, stone building of Flimston Chapel sits under a brooding sky in Pembroke, Wales
A myriad of gulls soar above the cliffs by St Govan's Chapel, Pembroke, Wales
The little chapel of St Govan overlooks impressive cliffs along the Pembroke Coast, Wales
Named after the monk who lived in a cave here in the 6th century, the chapel was built in the 13th century, and is accessed down a flight of 52 steps cut into the stone. Largely protected from the incredible winds, it was a lovely, peaceful place to watch the waves and the gulls...that was until we were joined by a family with a non-stop, barking dog. Cries of "Toby!" echoed between the cliffs to such an extent that whenever Danny and I hear a dog barking we both cry, "Toby!"