After dinner we explored the beach and seashore. Click any image to see them all enlarged to full size.
Next we took a combination of A3x roads towards our destination of Lyme Regis and I managed a few snaps out the window as we went (I wasn’t the one driving). As we grew closer to Lyme Regis we passed through thick fog, or maybe a cloud.
Here’s another image taken some months ago from my window with the longer zoom (see last post). This one was not converted to Acros in post; these are the colors out of the camera.
This is a construction site right outside my window on a day of deep fog.
Click any image to see them all full sized (but not if you’re seeing this in an email – click through to obBLOGato first).
We continued walking the trails from Rydal Mount, some of it in a steady light rain, down to our next stop, Grasmere (not the one in Staten Island!). Dove Cottage, where Wordsworth lived earlier in his life is a major attraction here. By the time we arrived apps told us we’d walked 10 miles. This proved to be the case almost every day of this vacation to the point that I actually lost a few pounds!
Click any image to see them all enlarged (on PC).
Still in the archives from 2001-02, here’s another foggy landscape looking South down the beach. there was a lot of color noise in this old 2MP jpeg that I took a stab at cleaning up.
Another 2MP jpeg from the archive, either 2001 or 2002.
Some more Tri-X from my days as a hotel switchboard operator and event photographer in the late 1970s.
Fair warning: I find these views on the turnpike fascinating. They draw me with the beauty of their industrial ugliness, the strict geometry of the Manhattan skyline and the pylons and other industrial artifacts. So expect to see several more over the next few posts…