Monthly Archives: February 2016

A different perspective

Yesterday afternoon was fine and dry which made quite a change. I took the opportunity to go for a short local walk along the coast. Starting from the coastguard station I headed north walking through the dunes. As usual, I … Continue reading

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A day in the life of a camera.

Hi, my name is Sony and I am a Cyber-shot N1.I am a bit old now, over 10 years, which is ancient in this age of technology. I do not get taken out very often now and only seem to … Continue reading

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A Hidden Gem.

The Breidden Hills Several times over the past year I have travelled along the A483 and just north of Welshpool my eye has been drawn to a group of hills to the east of the road. I did not  know … Continue reading

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Ribble Valley Ramble

View towards Pendle Hill. At last, a day of sunshine. We had postponed our walk for a couple of days to let Storm Imogen pass over the UK. This winter, for the first time, the Met Office has begun naming … Continue reading

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All things Nautical.

It’s handing in night for the next competition at my local camera club. Once again it is a set subject, and this time it is All things Nautical! What do they want?. Does it relate just to the sea 0or … Continue reading

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Crosby Rambling club–Hebden Bridge

Last weekend I was out with Crosby Rambling Club.Our destination was Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. After the recent floods the town was slowly returning to normal. We left the town crossing the canal and climbing steeply up the minor … Continue reading

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