Photo trip to Southern England, need sights to see!

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Philip Procter, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. My family and I are vacationing along England's south coast this
    summer (late may) and are looking for picturesque sights to visit for
    photographs. We plan to spen about 5 days in the Cornwall/Devon area
    and 5 days between Southampton and Dover.

    I'd be most interested in natural sights (like rugged sea cliffs) or
    quaint villages. Last time we were there, we really liked Clovelly,
    Torquay, and about all of Northern Wales. Hopefully, that will give
    you some great ideas.

    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

    Philip Procter, Mar 11, 2008
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    Shawn Hirn Guest

    It can't hurt to post your request on the newsgroup.
    Shawn Hirn, Mar 11, 2008
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  3. Philip Procter

    Nervous Nick Guest

    I suggest that you just rent a car, keep your cameras at hand, and
    just drive. And if you are not a "people person" then try to become
    one. A "photo project" is an excellent excuse.

    You will not lack for subject material, wherever you travel in those
    areas--especially in Cornwall.

    Lucky you!
    Nervous Nick, Mar 11, 2008
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    simon steel Guest

    Would suggest that you google the following
    Lizard Point.
    Portland Bill.
    Chesil Beach.
    Durdle Door.
    Lulworth cove.
    Jurassic Coast.

    And Beachy Head.

    Also if in Devon, I'm largely of the opinion that Dartmoor is a must.
    Try starting at Bovey Tracey,
    Take the B3387 through to Two Bridges.
    From there take the B3357 to Tavistock
    Then A386 towards Plymouth, turning off at Yelverton onto the B3212.
    Go back to Two bridges, detouring via Princetown.
    Then from Two Bridges take the B3212 to Moretonhampstead.
    from there back down the A382 to Bovey Tracey.

    Hope that helps..
    simon steel, Mar 11, 2008
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