Trevor Fishlock is a writer and broadcaster who reported as a foreign correspondent from more than sixty countries for The Times and The Daily Telegraph. He is the author of books on Wales, India, Russia, America and on nineteenth-century exploration, and has written and presented more than one hundred and fifty television programmes about life and history in Wales.
Jeremy Moore is a freelance outdoor and landscape photographer, based in mid Wales. He specialises in images of the Welsh landscape, and is always inspired by his knowledge of the environment. He publishes a range of distinctive postcards of the Welsh landscape annually (Wild Wales / Cymru Gwyllt) alongside a yearly calendar.
The coastal county of Pembrokeshire has long attracted many a visitor. With its array of natural beauty, man made attractions, and friendly locals, it is a favourite with day trippers and holiday makers alike. This title celebrates this most revered county through the words of travel writer Trevor Fishlock and images of landscape photographer Jeremy Moore. Alongside some of the county’s more predictable subjects, they uncover some hidden gems, little known stories from Pembrokeshire past, and some of the inspiring individuals that make Pembrokeshire present what it is. A visually stunning, lyrically appealing celebratory volume that is sure to be popular across Wales.