bought a new lens for my camera - went to the park today and this is my favorite pic of my little dog
Here is a couple of snaps from my little holiday to Cornwall. There will be more when I get round to it
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Now Now Paul Lulworth Cove is in Dorset ha.
The middle one is Stair Hole in Lulworth.
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Hah, yeah, we went to so many places I lost track of everything We went to lulworth, the cove itself was a little underwhelming, maybe it was just the rain. Chebby is spot on about Lulworth Stair Hole, its a remarkable place. 5-10 second exposures in the rain using a rock as a tripod was hard going though. In Dorset we went to Corfe castle and Brownsea island (saw Peachicks, Red Squirrels and a pair of Osprey) and Monkeyworld.
In Cornwall we went to Tintagel, Bude, Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, Trebarwith Strand, and Boscastle. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps was incredible, landscape was amazing but it was so windy and there was so much spray that all of my long exposures came out soft Hopefully something will come out ok.
On the way back to Bristol we stopped off in Lynton and caught the cliff railway down to Lynmouth. We actually found Fossils at Lynmouth, it was great! There was a whole bunch of rock stratum in the debris from rock slides that you could easily bash open. Hollie found a few tiny 5mm beasties and a few little bits of fern, but where I was bashing bigger rocks sections I found an awesome 3-4" leaf cross section.
From Cornwall? That's a hell of a diversion...
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Why on earth do people quote quote? We end up with lots of copies in this case of some excellent photos.
Come on whf lets have a gallery!
Ps must post me dragon fly pix and an out of focus snap of my pet hampster :)
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Why on earth do people quote quote?
I quoted that so people would know what I was referring to, there's nothing worse than a random reply with no context.
See, now there you'd have been better off quoting someone who'd actually done that, cos I didn't quote any photos, so you look a little silly now.
Hya LHC - I dont mind looking silly but I wasnt referring to you. I agree with your quote. Sorry for misunderstanding. I think in many topics a full quote is given where maybe a single line would much better make the point. (Which is exactly what you did)
Yes that can be annoying, although I must admit I will do it sometimes just to see how far I can take it before it fills an entire page...
The 'fossil forest' at Lulworth is excellent too...
Not really, 3:20 drive with diversion, 2:40 without. Up to Minehead the A39 is a lovely road, much more fun than A361/M5.
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Damn! I must have been so close! Oh well, will just have to go back next year
I know but after Minehead it's a bit of a sod, long stretches where overtaking isn't allowed and if there's one tractor there's a dozen of the bloody things. I'd like to go home that way more often but last time I tried it added an hour and a half to the journey time. Takes me about two years to forget the trauma before I try it again...
These days if I want a country route I skirt over the top of Taunton and across the Brendon Hills, no overtaking restrictions there!
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