The Fuji diaries

Escape to Dartmoor

For the first time in a few months, I have managed to have a sneaky Friday off, a chance to enjoy a quieter day on Dartmoor, now that the summer holidays are over. Today’s outing will include a pleasant stroll around Venford reservoir, a quick trip to Coombestone Tor and another visit to a favourite … Continue reading “Escape to Dartmoor”

A trip to Piles Copse

It has been a while since my last blog entry, a busy August has left little spare time to write, however there are a few entries in the offing. The first of these is a first time trip to Piles Copse, the third and less well known of the ancient oak woodlands of Dartmoor, situated … Continue reading “A trip to Piles Copse”

Woodland wanders

Summer arrived this weekend, its suitcase packed with blue skies and temperatures in the mid to late twenties centigrade, the first prolonged period of decent weather for some time. Not wishing to sound ungrateful but I will not be one of the many seeking sand, sea and surf, instead I will seek the shade of … Continue reading “Woodland wanders”

Vintage nifty fifties

After moving house earlier this year, I had left a few boxes unopened and put to the back of various cupboards until just recently.Among one of the boxes was my collection of vintage lenses, which have since found a new lease of life on my mirrorless camera. A recent trip to Dartmouth saw me using … Continue reading “Vintage nifty fifties”

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About Me

Hi, welcome to Andy’s blog, where I document my regular photo walks around my home city of Exeter and beyond

Over the years, I have used and changed far more camera gear than I care to remember, yet enjoyed every minute of my photographic journey.

More recently, I have sought to travel lighter without a bag full of lenses and camera bodies, choosing to use my Fujifilm X100v for the foreseeable future, this blog follows the second of my ‘One camera ‘ projects.

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