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Arches? Sea Arches?!

By rowarrior
You really had to be there for the title, but imagine Ronnie Barker and the 'Four Candles' sketch Wink Mr Scholey and I had spotted 2 sea arches on a map at one of the beaches round the coast from the outdoor centre, but we were having a few problems pinpointing them after we'd driven down what we thought was the nearest road. I thought I'd phone Lee (WelshKiwi or whatever her identity crisis has her at these days Wink ) as the local person in the know, except as it turned out she didn't. I think all of Pete's Eats in Llanberis got to share her side of the conversation, especially her incredulity about what we were searching for...

Anywho, having found them, alas the weather wasn't fantastic and everything was a bit bland in the sky, but what can you do? We did learn that climbing back up cliffs with sore toes is painful though Sad

C&Cs welcome

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Tezz450D, Imagephotographics, KBan and 25 more


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Tezz450D 7 8 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2009 9:10PM
I really love this capture..would def hang it on my wall tis fab

Tx

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17 Oct 2009 9:11PM
Fantastic image indeed, fully of quality !

Chris
baclark 7 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2009 9:33PM
Wonderful textures and tones in this shot, definately worth the sore toes!
Barbara
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
17 Oct 2009 9:47PM
Love the pov. Ann
17 Oct 2009 11:12PM
A fantastic image.
Dave
RogBrown 9 3.1k 10 England
17 Oct 2009 11:16PM
I was sitting next to Lee during the conversation. She was saying "Do you mean arches or archers?" But with her accent both words sounded the same. Almost surreal. Anyway, you had a foot in both camps as you've said elsewhere. You must admit ours was drier, warmer & much more enjoyable?
Rog
iancam 8 23 England
18 Oct 2009 5:46AM
A superb image and POV
Ian
18 Oct 2009 11:46AM
beautiful composition, very well exposed.
Wooly 11 112 4 England
18 Oct 2009 4:47PM
Archies?

Pete does one hell of a chip butty!

You've brought out them texturs well Katy.

Alan
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
18 Oct 2009 10:11PM
Thanks all, and Rog, it wasn't wet here just dismally grey lol
alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2009 9:11AM
Yes, hearing the discussion in Pete's was certainly interesting, not to mention the fact that some of us we certainly cracking up. Alan (Wooly) nearly choked on a chip!

Oh and it's a fine shot too -)

Dad
fauxtography 11 6.6k 36
22 Oct 2009 2:57PM
See, i wasn't in your shot Wink
28 Dec 2009 11:08PM
Great shot.

RJ

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