What I did on my holidays…

With pretty much all the children now back at school here in the UK, it reminded me of one of the first things you did when you went back for the new term, when you were in the primary and junior schools was; write about on what you did during the six week break.

Now unfortunately, six week summer holidays are a long way back in the past but I have been doing things since my last blog post way back in May although I’ve not found time to write about them.

One of the things that I did was upgrade my Flickr account. I’ve had a standard one for ages but never used it much. The beauty of it is that I can put all my images for viewing on the web in one place rather than have loads of different copies stored on my hard drive etc. Furthermore, I’m now using Adobe Lightroom as the major part of my workflow which has some really cool features for publishing and managing images online.

So here’s a couple of links to some image sets:

  1. The Black Country Living Museum  – A great day out, and it does take a day to see everything, all about the history of The Black Country, it’s industrial past and what makes it unique & famous etc. More information can be found on their website: www.bclm.co.uk
  2. North Devon – A selection of images, mainly coastal landscape, from the North Devon Coast.

Here’s a taster from the Black Country Museum…

A canal barge in dry dock at the Black Country Living Museum

Published by pgtim

A UK amateur photographer.

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