On Tuesday afternoon Trystan and I took my mum to a meeting in Aberaeron. It was a glorrious day so we decided to head down to the front and have a walk along the harbour while we waited. Having parked up in one of the car parks we decided to stroll along the front back towards the harbour. It was a surprisingly warm day and there were lots of people around enjoying the weather.
Trystan had been studying the Geocaching app on our way to Aberaeron and had spotted one he wanted to look for while we were there. It was also a nice opportunity to spend some one on one time with Trystan. It was surprisingly hot even along the front but there was a very gentle breeze which was lovely. Trystan quickly located the micro geocache but we had to wait nearby until the coast was clear as there were quite a few people around. Once retrieved and replaced we continued up into the harbour, were there some boats moored and the sun glistened in the water. There were people sat enjoying ice cream and we stopped along the way for me to take photographs.
We decided to head up into the town while we waited for my mum to come and meet us. I tend to drive through Aberaeron but it has some lovely shops so it was nice to have the chance to browse and explore them for a change. Trystan wasn’t so keen on browsing the shops so I promised him a Honey Ice Cream in the harbour once granny returned. We didn’t have long to wait long for my mum to rejoin us and as we hadn’t had lunch we headed to a local cafe for a quick bite to eat.
Trystan was keen to get an ice cream and show my mum the harbour so once we’d finished our food we headed back along the harbour to The Hive where they sell the most delicious Honey Ice cream. I treated us all to one each and we strolled along the harbour then back along the front to the car.
As we strolled along enjoying our ice creams I decided to play around with some photography. I decided to use black and white for these too and have linked up to Podcasts black and white photography project with them. These two are my favourite out of the ones I took.
I’m also linking up with CoombeMill’s Country Kids and you can find more lovely outdoor fun here