Holiday Snaps (1)

Because we have been to the same place many times in the past few years, I didn’t take many photos last week. I only took one camera, the Fuji X-30 that I bought some years ago. I will be featuring some of the photos I took over the next few days.

(All photos can be enlarged by clicking on them.)

Ollie was in the cabin, and not happy about having his photo taken. So Julie streched out on a sofa and gave him a stroke to keep him still. This means the photo is not very sharp, and her hand is blurred.

The cabin we stayed in is in the garden of the only large hotel in the town. The beach and seafront are just the other side of the road. The beaches stretch for miles, and were mostly deserted. I spotted a couple walking their small dog, and took this to show the scale.

This man was well-prepared for sea-fishing from his chosen spot on the beach. He was the only fisherman there that day. The first photo shows him isolated on the beach, and the second is zoomed in for a closer look. He had to move soon after they were taken as the tide was coming in fast.

More to come from Lincolnshire tomorrow.

53 thoughts on “Holiday Snaps (1)

    1. This is a very quiet part of England, Bruce. It is certainly busier in the school holidays, but it has no real family attractions like arcades, funfairs and such like. Most people who live there are retired, and you can sense the peace in that small town. That’s why we keep going back there.
      At one time, we were going to live there, but that didn’t work out and we ended up 100 miles south, in Norfolk.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. More of Ollie this week, Carolyn.
      The beach goes for miles in both directions. You can actually walk from where we were to Skegness (tide and some private land permitting) which is over 14 miles south.
      Best wishes, Pete.


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