We have plenty of photographs to showcase this month, but let’s start with a short video of Tenby, looking gorgeous as ever…

Thank you to Lucy Crockford for sharing this video to the ‘Picture This: Tenby Observer photography club’ group on Facebook. It takes in Tenby’s North Beach and Harbour, and shows all the beautiful colours of the sea as the sand shows through the shallow, clear water.

Showing Tenby at a much lower tide, our featured photo this month is David Bodie Bolton’s ‘Sunrise’. The RNLI Lifeboat house is framed in the barnacled metal supports of the former Lifeboat house.

Tenby Lifeboat House at sunrise
(David Bolton)

Gareth Williams calls his view of Laston House, Castle Hill and boats in Tenby Harbour ‘the best view in the world’; it would be hard to disagree.

Tenby - the best view in the world
(Gareth Williams)

Elizabeth Fitzgerald took us on a photographic tour of the National Trust Tudor Merchant’s House - the oldest house in Tenby...

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...while Niki Favorido shared her photo of the interior of St Mary's Church, Tenby, where four generations of her family have been Christened.

St Mary's Church, Tenby
(Niki Favorido)

St Catherine’s Island made for some sunlit drama in a photo shared in late April by Christine Poharyski, who had a few sunny but chilly days in beautiful Tenby.

St Catherine's Island, Tenby
(Christine Poharyskyi)

We’ll bring you another selection of Pembrokeshire photos tomorrow. If you’d like to join in and post your own, head to the group and make sure you answer the question and agree to the rules.