BEYOND THE LASHING WAVE. FAR OUT THE SPRAY OF WHITE HORSE’S THERE LURKS UNDER SEA. A PREY OF LOBSTER CRAB OR SHARK SWIM THE WRECKS THAT ABOUND IN THIS DEADLY RUGGED COAST OF LAVA ROCK. THE WATERS SOMETIMES COLD AND MURKY TOO.
The DIVING’S GOOD THE CURRENT RIP IS STRONG.
ONE DOES NOT LURK AROUND DEEP WATER LONG.
A Dizzy Third Class Diver.
The dive at the Gower.
I often dived most times alone at low water from this rocky Shore – Snorkel or dive on air. Diving under the rough water to explore the Wreck of the old potato ship. Often I would hook out a crab or maybe it hooked on to me. Lobsters often came my way – So much so my wife who came to watch from the rocky lava shore. Under the impression lobsters and crabs were waiting for me to dive retrieve. Like Shopping at Tesco’s. Go down and bring me a lobby. My dog Shamus would often swim and try to help me from the water edge.
St Ann’s Head Pembroke
Cray Fish don’t come and give themselves up they have to be grabbed by the antenna and watch for the back flap of the tail all most like a mermaid. Five pound plus of Cray Caught by hand near the wreck of the Barominto. St Ann’s Head the water is treacherous in the tidal rip often a Seal would swim around to try out his luck to in a quest to take my prize Cray. Dolphin did also swim around us as we dived. It came Gliding through the water in an effortless gentle flap of tail. A Dolphin friend with a glinting eye and trace of smile. An end of a Diving day of this area of the Coast of West Wales beneath the light house. St Ann’s Head Pembroke. Circa the departure time of lone yacht women Mills Walkers sailed out from Dale Pembroke.
The Overton Mere Gower
Shamus waits for his master to struggle out of the water on the steep rocky shore.
A full bag of Lobster and crabs. The weight hinders my exit from the rough sea. Lashing Lava rocky shore of a wild Gower coast
Returning on snorkel after a beach dive and swim out to ship wreck to hunt for edible crab and lobster.