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Cornwall, Devon & Dorset

This Sunday evening I published my latest story and travel reportage on Exposure. It features a late summer adventure that we went on in the end of August and takes you through the three lovely counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset in southwest England. Though I'm never quite satisfied with the final result of the stories I'm very happy that it has been very well received all over and quickly became a featured story on Exposure. If you prefer to skip the "story-part" and text, head over to my published album here on my website. The point of this post here on the blog is to share and let you know about the story and album so you can head over there, respectively, and have a little look. I will not re-tell the whole journey here =)

Beer, Devon

While we originally had planned to go to Ireland and the Atlantic Highway, we instead chose this adventure this time and the timing was really good. Beautiful weather and colors everywhere in late August. There were some tourists though, mostly British as their holiday seemed to coincide with the period. 

We actually started off the journey via Oxford and Bath and hopefully I'll be able to share some photographs from those experiences as well. Really had a great time staying in Bath especially, Oxford was a little bit too crowded for our taste. 

With these images I want to share and showcase a side of England that I don't think many people (at least from where I come from) have, with the crystal clear turquoise waters, rugged Jurassic Coast and endless amount of great beaches. Hopefully I can get a little bit more people to travel to this amazing region(s). 

Kynance Cove

I shot the whole story and images on the Fujifilm X-Pro2 with lenses of 14, 23, 35, 56 and 55-200 mm and as usual the equipment served me very well. They are just a treat to work with and with the updated firmware (released last week) it should only become an even more refined photographic tool. And awesome to see an update for the 4,5 y old X-Pro1 as well, kudos to Fujifilm for still covering that camera. 

But yeah, anyway, please go have a look at the story and/or images. Means a lot. 

Cheers,

Jonas