Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sunshine along the coast

Today was bright and sunny with hardly any wind. I decided to do one of my favourite walks along the coastline from the coastguard Station in Crosby to the mouth of the River Alt near Hightown. I set off following … Continue reading

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Blue skies over Smardale.

Last weekend I was out with Crosby Rambling Club. Our destination was Ravenstonedale, a quiet village situated just off the main road from Tebay to Kirkby Stephen. It is better known to the locals as Razz,n,d,l. We left the village … Continue reading

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Sailing above the clouds.

This is my entry for the Digital Projected image in this months competition at my local camera club. I like to think that it gives the impression that I am up there with the paraglider. Actually I am riding up … Continue reading

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The Cell.

It is a new season at my local camera club and this is the image I will enter in the Monochrome Print section of the first competition. It is called ‘The Cell’ and is the work of the Italian artist … Continue reading

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A Comma on the Asparagus Trail.

Yesterday was a beautiful sunny day and I travelled a few miles up the coast to do the Formby Asparagus Trail. With the help of information boards, this trail tells the story of the families who worked the land to … Continue reading

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Gloomy skies at Grasmere

Last weekend I was in Grasmere with Crosby Rambling Club and looking forward to a good walk with fine views. The weather forecast had been quite good but when we arrived there it was overcast. I decided to do the … Continue reading

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