Gethinthomas's Photo Walks Posts

It's walks plural because I did two at either end of town a few weeks apart back in winter 2017, so I merged them into one post as they seemed to all fit…

As I said in the first section of my Paignton photo walk, this one features the beach front and pier, and if I have struck the right note in my choice of images…

I have done a photo walk of Paignton and as before I have divided it into two parts, except previously when I said that it ended up being three parts, so we'll…

The buildings in the centre of Kingsbridge largely reflect the town’s 18th and 19th century history and many fine examples remain. The main streets radiate out…

So in my other post Kingsbridge Market and Quayside, I told you all Porkie Pies. Having now edited all the photos from that photo walk there are still too many…

This is a walk from a creek off the Kingsbridge Ria up to Sherford. Commonly referred to as Kingsbridge Estuary it is not an Estuary but a Ria. A Ria is a…

Back in the distant mists of time, 2012, I went on a photo walk with some friends into the deepest darkest recesses of our (the worlds's) industrial past. This…

And I didn't even see these until I edited the photo in Affinity. Couldn't believe the detail. I was pointing almost into the sun and the interior was just…

Blaengwynfi and Abergwynfi are two sides of the same valley in the South Wales coalfield. It is where one branch of my family originated. Over a hundred years…

I have only just got around to editing these photos and putting this set together because I have been a bit distracted and otherwise occupied by a death in the…

I went for another walk near where I live yesterday to see what the season has brought forth. Different flowers, fields with ripening crops, clear sunny views…

I know Birmingham in England well, and Digbeth is a very old area of Birmingham. It actually has one of the oldest buildings in a city which is only just over…

Torcross is a village in the South Hams district of Devon in England. It stands at at the southern end of Slapton Sands, a narrow strip of land and shingle…
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