Wedding trip part 3: arrival in England

After a very long pause, I continue with my series of posts telling the story of our trip to Scotland and back to get married.

One little soldier boy, marching around Bern

I’ve recently joined Jo in a drive towards more fitness and have rescinded the use of tram transport in and around Bern in favour of foot power.

Guillemots at Elegug Stacks

Elegug Stacks are two limestone pillars standing freely, a short distance from the cliffs on the coastline of Pembrokeshire in south west Wales. Due to their inaccessibility, a multitude of birds are allowed to breed in comparative peace.

Content being shifted

As is pretty common for me, I have once again decided to shift things around here at Permanent Tourist.

Modelling tip number one: don’t hide

If you want to take a photo of someone else that they’ll be happy with, or if you’re being photographed, then here are the most important non-technical tips to remember.

The Cave

A moody, hand-held photograph of a beach cave in south west Wales.

Smogging

One of my Gran’s endearing terms was “smogging” (which the rest of us know as “snogging”).

My little sister

Photographed on Freshwater East beach during a family trip to Wales, where we used to go on family holidays.

Street Scene, Tenby, Wales

A great moment as a family’s dog can barely contain himself on the way to the beach.

Into the Future

Because I’ve wasted so much time with pointless babbling, I have had no time to create books of photography and of special holidays, yet I have wasted ten percent of my working day in inanities. So, no more. No more drivel. No more wasted time and a re-invigoration of my creativity.