Mawgan Porth

Mawgwan Porth CaveLooking out one of the caves on the south west side of Mawgan Porth Beach. Shot on Kodak Tri-X 400 developed in Rollei RHS, scanned and absolutely no post processing, well, I may have removed some random white spots, but only two. might do some processing to it later on, we will see, hope you all had a good holidays and looking forward to a new year.

the concrete seafront

Blackpool again: this time we walked along the promenade, along the edge of the beach. It’s a smelly concrete playground that runs along a large part of the seafront with a massive disco ball.

Looking away from the piers:

Looking back towards the town and the tower:

blackpool beach

We recently did a road trip up north and down through Wales, spending the night at Blackpool.  It’s like another world up there, the feel of the place is like Gweru – mainly from the colonial style buildings, with a smidge of Harare central thrown in with the cheap fly-by-night shops and red and white signs.

The promenade was packed, we arrived on what seemed like the warmest day of the year.  These pictures don’t quite show it, but the beach wa very busy – it was almost like visiting Durban, only without the waves.