Those of you who have been around on the forum for a while may possibly recall that for the past 3 years, myself and some of my family take a weeks holiday in Dartmouth - down on the southern coast of England. This year was no exception - we went again i.postimg.cc/9fYxy370/smilie-big-grin.gif If you had the time and the inclination to trawl back through the old photography thread, you would most likely come across the previous years photo's - which may look familiar to these that I am just about to post The problem is, Dartmouth is such a picturesque part of the country
Anyway, here are some of the 700 pics taken this year:
Thanks for your kind comments. First of all, I have to say that I am very much a novice photographer and some of those shots were taken by my 15 year old daughter I have just recently bought an SLR - a Nikon D50, which I am very pleased with - it actually seems easier to use than the old pocket compact that I used before!
Some more - these early morning photo's were taken at half 5 in the morning with nothing but a dog for company - unfortunately, this was before I discovered Hayley - otherwise, a perfect moment! i.postimg.cc/9fYxy370/smilie-big-grin.gif
However... they (and the ones in your subsequent two posts) do exceed our maximum width and file size guidelines for photos displayed in forum threads so I have reluctantly had to remove the image tags. Members can still click on the links to see them and you are free to re-post them or re-edit them as displayed images, if you can first reduce the widths to 800 pixels or less and reduce the file sizes to 100 KB or less.
Excellent photos. It has inspired me to post a few from my own hols. In early July we had a week in the Gower, staying at the campsite near Three Cliffs Bay. This has a specacular view, as sponsored by Katherine Jenkins on the Britain's Greatest View TV prorgramme (it didn't win). Anyway, it looks like
One night on our campsite, I spotted the sunset reflected in the side of a nearby motor caravan. I think this is a pretty unique photo
And thirdly, and she will kill me for posting this, it Sue hanging on to the trig point atr the top of Rhosili Down on Gower. There was quite a wind blowing.