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With all the grim weather we have been having recently, I think back to the summer and a walk along the beach at Lulworth Cove in Dorset. The weather was great and so were the views. The landscape is truly dramatic.

This is a view looking down to Lulworth Cove itself.

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As you walk West from here along the South West Coast Path you reach Durdle Door. This is the view along that path that passes over the cliffs.

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Bring on the Summer!!

 

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Living in London, Brighton is a popular seaside town to visit. I like going there because of the relatively short drive, easily a day trip and for a walk along the pier. The Palace Pier is still operational with amusement rides and shops along its length. The West Pier is in a derelict condition.


The beaches are of the pebble variety and the promenade is often busy with people cycling, playing basketball and even beach volleyball.


These photos were also taken last summer. It was really busy with a lot of people out and even though the day started off a bit misty, it cleared up and ended up as a gorgeous day.

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My first attempt at shooting a minimalist image. I’m attracted by the clean images and strong compositions that they normally have.

This was taken just after sunset at a beach, camera securely mounted on a tripod, with an exposure of 30seconds, and surviving the mosquitos!!

 

I do like the square crop as it gives a structured composition to the image.

 

Tree Stump

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This is the National Stadium in Beijing, China, unofficially also known as the Birds Nest Stadium because of it’s design.

 

I walked around the stadium a few times until I came to this view point, the most pleasing to my eye. This image was taken at dusk with zub-zero temperatures. You can see that the lake infront of the stadium is frozen over. Brrrrrr

 

Beijing Birds Nest Stadium

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When I was a lad…. I had one of those ladybird reading books showing wonders and facts from around the world and in it was the Great Wall of China. I was fascinated by it and wished I could go and walk on that wall.

 

Well, many years later, my dream of walking on the wall came true. It was a cold December day and as I approached the wall, I took my gloves of and touched it with my bare hands. Yeah, I know I was being just a little sentimental but it felt like an accomplishment to me.

And wall did not disappoint… Some parts consisted of steep steps that had to be carefully climbed whereas others parts were a lot flatter. It still amazes me in how difficult it must have been to build it.

 

When I arrived there, it was early morning and the air was a little misty which added some atmosphere to the images. Hope you like the photos.

View from the Great Wall at MutianYu

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China

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During my stay at The Avillion, managed to capture the sun setting over the horizon.

Sunset at The Avillion in Port Dickson

Then caught my kids looking at the horizon as the sun was setting

Daughters looking at the sunset

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After loads of travelling for work, took a short break with family to the Beach. We went to the Avillion Resort in Port Dickson. http://www.avillionportdickson.com/

It’s a beautiful place and we took a seaview room with views across the Straits of Malacca. The sea breaks against the stilts beneath the rooms and gives a soothing sound during the night. Overall, we had a well deserved break from city life. A recommended place to take your family as apart from the beaches, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy.

Avillion Resort, Port Dickson from the beach

The view over the balcony from our room

View out the balcony

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