Taking in the view from the top of an unusually complete tower with an original roof, from the castle towards the estuary.
Depicted using a variety of water-soluble markers, crayons and acrylic paint.
Laugherne Castle was where Dylan Thomas spent time writing from a small studio built on the defensive walls.
Located on the estuary of the River Tâf and established in 1116 then rebuilt as a Norman stronghold in 1215. It has seen many alterations over time, becoming a Tudor fortified manor house in the sixteenth century. It changed hands twice during the English Civil War, being eventually captured by Parliamentary forces in 1644.