Pictures of the Journey

Self Portrait with friends.

Self Portrait with friends.

Trig Point

Trig Point

Cloud

Sky 1

Clouds

Sky 2

Clouds

Sky3

Clouds

Sky 4

Clouds

Sky 5

Raven3

Beach Tractors, detail.

Beach Tractors, detail.

Halloween Pumkins

Halloween Pumkins

RADAR Plinth.

RADAR Plinth.

RAF West Raynham. Old signs, not much else left.

RAF West Raynham. Old signs, not much else left.Old signs, not much else left.

West Coast Sunset

West Coast Sunset

Severance

Severance

Lake Chambon, Ecrins, France

Lake Chambon, Ecrins, France

Cheddar Cliffs From the Pinnacles.

Cheddar Cliffs From the Pinnacles.

Sunset

Sunset

The Auvergne

The Auvergne

Manchester Town Hall Clock Tower

Manchester Town Hall Clock Tower

Heading down a bit to set up camp.

Heading down a bit to set up camp.

Relaxing and watching the world turn

Relaxing and watching the world turn

The Livradois Forest in France, The Auvergne region

Morning in the woods

Fungus

I think this is Orange Peel Fungus, but may be wrong.

Some views of the Journey.

Looking into the Chaudefour Valley

After climbing out of the valley you can look across to Puy Ferrand

Mount Snowdon in bright winter sun

North Face of Mount Snowdon seen from Carnad Ugain.

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10 thoughts on “Pictures of the Journey”

  1. Wow! Lovely pictures of your journey.

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  2. awe…awesome pics..thanks for sharing dear…loved seeing these pics..keep blogging

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  3. Very, very nice, I love all of them!

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  4. kzackuslheureux said:

    Lovely. I love the “Morning in the woods” and well, all of them! I love the great outdoors!

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  5. Really wonderful pictures! This one of the best things in life you can do…walk and making pictures. Funny, if I take my camera with me I see more interesting things, as if you are more focussed.
    Have a creative day!

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    • Thanks Elly, I always carry my little point and shoot on walks, it’s easy to grab pictures in some terrible weather. Things I might otherwise miss. I have just invested in a waterproof bag for it too. Now its a snug bug in the rain.

      Jim

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  6. Hi Starbear,
    Glad you like them. Mount Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, United Kingdom, and the Chaudefour Valley is in the Auvergne region of France. Near a place called Mont Dore. Also close by is the Puy de Sancy, highest mountain in the Massif Central.

    We head back to France on 31 Jan, so I’m hoping to get out into the mountains there soon.

    Jim

    Jim

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  7. Thank you Jim! These are lovely… where in this big world are these located? You have climbed here on your Journey…? If you can locate them for me, I will putthem on list – of places to go before I leave the planet! Thank you!

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