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Day tripping Lundy dreaming

May 26, 2017

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Maytime, the early boat from Bideford, despite getting up at minus-saturday to make the 8am sailing you are rewarded with a few extra hours of island time. The weather, the fresh late spring easy and an Lundy first timer all make for a magical encounter, these shots from the full frame and standard lens have […]

Crystal Clear Lundy Light

December 5, 2016

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“Light years from here, We’re going to burn up in the atmosphere. It’s crystal clear, We’re coming swinging on a chandelier.” Lieutenant J. H. Dathan, HMS Montagu 1906 * (see below). We were all prepared for a stormy visit to the island on the the last trip of the year. Late November last year was […]

Swallows, seals and sex mad sheep (Another Tibbetts tale)

November 3, 2015

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It’s always a treat to stay on Lundy and, if you look through previous posts on this blog you will see that each trip has it’s own character & themes – shaped by the weather, travelling companions and random occurrences. This trip was hastily planned after an unexpected quiet spell at work, a quick lunchtime […]

Lundy in August

August 30, 2011

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For the hardcore Lundy visitor it’s not the same as staying at Tibbets Cottage in March but for fotohoggery it’s a beautiful time of the year: All images taken on Canon 5D with EF 15mm fisheye and EF 24 – 70mm f2.8L. Click on thumbnail to enlarge image.