FRI NIGHT VID: The Green Bridge of Wales, Pembroke

UKC User and filmmaker Dave Linnett has had his drone out once again, this time filming on the incredibly striking sea arch that is the Green Bridge of Wales in Pembroke. 

Dave told UKC:

"Formed from carboniferous limestone over the centuries and a popular visitor attraction, this been a long planned Bald Eagle Production filming mission and it was great to team up with local devotees Henry Castle and Paul Donnithorne, alongside my mates Sorcha and SJ for a re-ascent of the first ever route put up on the arch in 1982 (by UKC doyen Jon de Montjoye) called Isambard's Kingdom which goes at a modest but very photogenic HVS. If you look closely you can also spot quick cameos from Dan Mcmanus and James Mchaffie relaxing apres-climb after putting up a new route on the East side of the arch, plus Maddy Cope and Wideboy Pete climbing on the adjacent "Bridgess" which goes at a trifling E5 6b..."

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