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Latest Blog Posts
Just a quick update this week, as a busy weekend meant there wasn’t much time to get out and about with the camera. We did however get to visit our family at the coast on Saturday, meaning we could get out for a walk along the Medway Estuary. We timed the walk so we could… Continue Reading →
We had finally ventured out to get some petrol, now that the idiotic and selfish panic buying had subsided somewhat, so we were able to get away from the town at the weekend and into the country. We didn’t go far, just to our usual walk around the local woods, and then off to the… Continue Reading →
It was finally here – the little break we had been looking forward to so much. We would be staying in Northumberland, in between the National Park and the coast. The weather forecast was mixed, but favorable for the time of year, and I was looking forward to getting out with the camera, ,enjoying some… Continue Reading →
There was a choice….and I think I made the wrong one. We had very little time, and really only two familiar destinations that made sense – the reservoir, or the forest. The forest was closer, involved no motorway driving, and we hadn’t been there for a few weeks – on the other hand, the reservoir… Continue Reading →
After the events of our last trip to the coast, where I feel I missed an opportunity to take some great photos – I was keen to get some good new photographs under my belt. The forecast was good for some sunset photography, so we set off for the reservoir with the aim of doing… Continue Reading →
After days of hot weather, where temperatures were over 30 degrees inside our home, day and night, we decided to take an impromptu trip to the coast in the evening to try and cool off. The weather was forecast to be clear and bright, with a slight sea breeze, which would still be better than… Continue Reading →