The huge family holiday to Pembrokeshire scheduled for last week completely fell apart as the cottage owners decided to sell the cottage that 16 of us would have been stating at. Rats!!
I was all set for it - even got some useful location tips from the very helpful Mr. Alun G Davies and had even bought some hard edge grads, too.
Anyway, faced with this disaster a reduced family contigent managed to squeeze into a shoe-box in North Devon, near Ilfracombe.
Here is one of my early efforts, from our second day - another bummer as I had checked this place out the day before when the sunset was even lovelier!
Ah well, one must take what nature provides and make the best of it.
Had a pretty iffy week light-wise, but managed to bag a few shots here and there in between rain and overcast skies.
The jagged rocks at Barricane Beach, near Woolacombe.
As always, thanks for dropping in and for any votes or comments you would care to leave.
Cheers...back to job-hunting: what a bore!
|Camera:||Nikon D300 Check out Nikon Nation!|
|Lens:||Sigma 10 - 20 @ 10mm; f/11 @ 0.3 seconds; 0.9 nd grad soft; -2 ev. |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|