London to Dartmouth long weekend.

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14 thoughts on “London to Dartmouth long weekend.

  1. Well you excelled yourself with that collection, Tony. Some great shots indeed.
    Well done with getting up so early to get the atmosphere. I remember Beer well, though I haven’t been there since the 80s. When I first went to Stonehenge, you could still touch the stones. I always thought it was impressive, but haven’t been back since they built the visitor centre.
    Cheers, Pete.


    1. Many thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.
      I thought I’d push the boat out this time (no pun intended), funny thing is Mr Olympus makes me want to take lots of photos, I seem to gel with the camera 📸.
      Speak soon.

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  2. Well it was a clart on to get there but I found the post! Some cracking shots in the series, too many to choose one, but Kingswear looks fab, reminds me of the Amalfi coast, and I especially liked your 4am shots. You also reminded me I have some old film shots of Stonehenge​, must dig them out! 🙂


    1. Clarting on, now there a phrase I’ve not heard in a while.
      When I lived int Lakes folk there used it sometimes.
      Yes, go dig out your Stonehenge, I’d like to see them.
      Re early morning photos, actually it’s quite tough (not tough like being a coal miner) but the light is so fleeting, with in five minutes it’s all changed.

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      1. My working day starts about 0430(coffee)and out of the house at 0500 to be at my desk by 0600.
        Grim down south 😦
        Photography is the antidote.

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    1. Hi, ambling along A roads is a bit more fun than the motorway blast which at times can be tedious. M4 out of London & M5 down to Exeter is not so nice.
      I liked the intentional camera movement on your site, pretty cool.
      Check this guy out
      It’s very Turner’esq. I must have a go some day.

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