I’m fortunate to live 30 minutes from either the mountains of Brecon or the coastline of South Wales.
I needed a mental detox and I find the coastal air hard to beat.
Llantwit Major is a small town in the Vale of Glamorgan that overlooks the Bristol channel. Apart from the spectacular scenery, what I find so interesting is the light. Wait a few minutes and it can seem a different day. The photos below where taken within an hour but the light is so changeable it can appear days apart.
My stock of expired film is dwindling and this I think was the last roll of Kodacolor 200 date unknown.
I picked up an Olympus 35RC last year and haven’t spent much time with it. It was a cheap entry into rangefinders for me and they seem to have a good reputation. The big attraction was being able to shoot without a battery. Of course it can be used as a point and shoot provided you have a PX-625 or alternative.
If you’re looking for a full mechanical manual camera that will get lost in your pocket, this is the one.
Looking out to Minehead and the Exmoor Heritage coastline.
Llantwit Major beach has one of the finest Jurassic coastlines in Wales.
Always popular with fossil hunters, young and old.
Yes it was cold!
My wife and son about to get wet feet.
I saved the last frame for my son to use.