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Holiday Photos

Discussion in 'General' started by alexandra starr, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. alexandra starr

    alexandra starr Well-Known Member

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    I recently decided to take myself on holiday to Somerset, staying in the gorgeous village of Dunster, right in the heart of it all.

    I like Somerset, it is somewhere I kind of know fairly well, and its been nearly 30 years since my first visit, this was my third.

    DSCF3053_edited-1.jpg Minehead shoreline. I don't know why I like this but I just do!


    DSCF3019_edited-4.jpg Hele Bay, no coffee shop, my idea of Hele...


    DSCF3267_edited-1.jpg Minehead to Bishops Lydeard heritage line. I went on that train, it was fun!



    DSCF3512_edited-3.jpg Dunster itself, don't let those words fool you, it is a lovely place :)


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    Obligatory self portrait )I don't do selfies!)

    Great holiday, fabulous 30+ degrees temperatures, met some lovely people and enjoyed taking photos along the way, life don't get much better than that :)
     
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    I like the shoreline shot too.
     
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    The train one is lovely, but looks a bit dark to me.
     
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    Great part of the world and great pictures... but what camera did you use ?
     
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    Are you standing in a grain mill for your self portrait?
     
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    #4 and #5 of that marvelous old structure are fascinating! I love to see old timber framing styles.
    Your exposure on #5 inside the structure is great and reveals the architectural details very nicely.
     
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    alexandra starr Well-Known Member

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    A Fuji X-E2, since buying it a few months back my x-a2 has been relegated to the spare room, i never thought the X-Trans sensor would be so good but it poo poo's all over the bayer sensor, the details that xtrans produces is astoundingly good!

    No that is the Yarn Market, where traders used to buy and sell wool and suchlike, there are probably other buildings like it in the uk but this is the only one i know of, and it holds a real special place in my heart =)

    Like i mentioned previously, the x-e2 is a stunning camera and the details it can pick up never fail to amaze me, cracking sensor! I did edit the images obviously, in Nik software!
     

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