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2 days, 1 night, 0 kids! These pictures are from our annual, childfree escape. Two days to unwind and decompress; to let go of everything you carry and to…

Sometimes we travel great distances to take an image when in reality you can be as close as the mailbox.

I have fallen in love with this tiny lens, a 35mm Summilux from 1979. I can hardly find use for any of my other lenses anymore.

Recently I watched a blog by James Popsys on YouTube. A very talented photographer, hiking for his landscapes in the North of Wales along the Snowdonia mountain…

This walk, located near Dolgellau, in Walesm passes through an interesting variety of habitats which include deciduous woodland, a conifer plantation, meadows,…

Back in October I made a post about Kingsbridge my nearest large town. In it and also in a separate smaller post I featured Western Backway, well this is…

Here's more of the fisheries I walk by during the long walk along the sea. It's funny to see which fisheries are still used compared to some others which are…

I have not been taking my camera with me on my morning walk and I have been seeing a pair of Canada Geese in the field down the road from the house. Today I…

A nice walk through the woods to the beach, which was empty again, just as we like it. …
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