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#715035 - 11/14/17 2:54 pm Photos from Cornwall...  
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As mentioned, we had a lovely time touring and exploring Cornwall, in Merry Olde England. The neither place is enchanting, lovely from most every angle. Between the fishing and farming, good food is never far away. We didn't see all of Cornwall, but we did see plenty. Thanks to Shaun for his driving expertise and tour guide duties, you rock, brother man. bigt bigt
Thanks also to Bryan & Marie for Hosting us at the end of our stay, & thanks to Geoff & Sara who came out to meet us for lunch on our last day in England!

Here are a few images, to get you started... Still working on photos but here are some from the 1st SD card.
OK apologies but the first pic is NOT of Cornwall...Flying out of Newark, the plane went right past Manhattan. A pretty impressive view of the city. Wave to Wade, you can see his house next to the bridge on the left.

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Our first view of Mousehole

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Again, from a couple different angles:

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and a view of the other end of the village with St Michael's Mount in the background:

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Cornwall, basically a peninsula at the southwest end of England, is almost subtropical- just look at the color of the ocean in this photo!
(and yes, our weather was just that lovely, pretty much the entire 2 weeks!)

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Land's End, the westernmost point of land on mainland UK:

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and Lizard Point, the southernmost point of land on mainland UK:

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A few random images from "around" Cornwall... these sort of sum it up without revealing too much.

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#715038 - 11/14/17 3:12 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Shaun in his natural habitat :

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and again, caught with goods in hand and a pasty-eating grin

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our fellow travelers, in the plane, enroute to Isles Of Scilly:

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Miss C & me, at a 13th century pub:

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Here is a link to the entire album, Cornwall, PT 1

Lannis & Shaun,
please add photos of your own.


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Another batch of fine shots Tom...


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#715068 - 11/14/17 5:42 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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#715069 - 11/14/17 5:50 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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I did get a chance to snap one picture of Tom ... or maybe not, there's not enough cameras in this pic ....

Attached Files Hopper camera.jpg

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Love it! Thanks for taking us along! We have not made it to the West Country yet. We just have to get out that way on our next trip.
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#715074 - 11/14/17 6:07 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: Lannis]  
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Thanks, guys!


Originally Posted by Lannis
I did get a chance to snap one picture of Tom ... or maybe not, there's not enough cameras in this pic ....



laughing

but seriously, Lannis, please add some pix in here, when fay gets them all processed. I uploaded batch number two, so beginning work on them now.


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#715100 - 11/14/17 8:16 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Originally Posted by ricochetrider
Thanks, guys!


Originally Posted by Lannis
I did get a chance to snap one picture of Tom ... or maybe not, there's not enough cameras in this pic ....



laughing

but seriously, Lannis, please add some pix in here, when fay gets them all processed. I uploaded batch number two, so beginning work on them now.



If I can get this stupid iMac "Photos" software to work, I'll get 'em in. They had a great product in the old "iPhoto" but screwed it up royally .....

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#715136 - 11/14/17 11:47 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Lannis, I find the Mac photo thing pretty easy. I basically open "adjust" and auto adjust color & light. Rarely do I do much else, although I crop fairly often & use the black and white conversion in that same menu a lot.

Upload selected pix from SD card
open last upload
Scroll to desired image,
mouse over it, click to light it up
Hit space bar to maximize image
Look top right to open photo management, usually 3 horizontal lines(?)
Look along right margin for "adjust", crop, etc.

If cropping, near the bottom on the right is "aspect". I mostly use 3:2 & 4:3 but sometimes use 16:9. Very rarely do I use any other aspect ratios outside of these three, and 3:2 is my preference. This matters most if you plan on printing but it's a good habit to be in some specific aspect ratio. Probably the camera auto-selects 4:3, tho you can change ratios in the menu somewhere.

You have to maximize the image before you can edit it.

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#715142 - 11/15/17 12:29 am Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Here we all are together just before leaving town. Look up on the hill, over my & Cynthia's shoulders, above Tappet The Kiwi. The house with the two small gables is The Lookout, where we stayed.

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#715144 - 11/15/17 12:44 am Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Captain MIke's boat, Cormorant wedged in at the docks in Newlyn, just down the road from Mousehole.

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Now Newlyn is about 1.5 miles away from Mousehole. Not too far, it's between Mousehole & Penzance.
One night in the Ship Inn pub, we had a young lass bringing our food out to us. I think it was Shaun who asked her about her accent; if she was a local gal.
She replied, totally deadpan,
"Oh I'm not from here, my accent isn't local. I'm from Newlyn." laugh

Pretty sure she was completely serious.


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#715149 - 11/15/17 1:17 am Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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We had a full moon one night during our stay in Mousehole. Too bad there was a cloud bank obscuring the moonrise but I made a point of setting up the tripod to catch the moon as it cleared the low clouds.
it was pretty spectacular, as these sequenced images attest. There are certainly other shots between some of these but these are the "best of" the lot.

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had to include a B&W image, just to see what one. would look like!

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Lit up the bay almost like daylight after the clouds cleared off...

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Then a few nights later, on Sunday 15 November we had fireworks for guy Fawkes Night- gave the moon a little competition.

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The moon making a pretty strong showing here...

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pretty good crowd turned out, too...

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I'll be out on the road for a few days so won't be updating this for a while. Might get some progress on the images today, maybe not as some friends are in the area from Georgia... Follow along by checking in to see my Cornwall PT 2 Gallery if you wish.

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...hi Ricochet, beautiful place indeed and some good pictures. Also nice stylish boots that you have can you provide a link?

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#715218 - 11/15/17 3:32 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Hi Reverb... thanks for the compliment! I appreciate it.

You're over your PM limit brother...

Ha ha... You have an eye, don't you? bigt

I assume you mean my "street shoes"... Frye boots, hecho en Mexico. Careful to see where the shoes/boots you may be interested in are made. Their Made In China stuff is cr*p, made in Mex & U.S. is awesome if not expensive. These particular boots are several years old now, don't recall what model, and don't think they are still on offer. In spite of any shoes or boots that may tend towards being trendy, Fyre's good and best stuff is highly functional, and definitely lasts a lifetime BUT you gotta drop the $$$- and it is worth it. Their *other*, lesser stuff falls apart in weeks or months. absolutely not worth the money.

I tend to spend more money on expensive and functional clothing incl shoes & boots- which I consider as "gear". I then proceeded to beat everything to its death, definitely pushing everything I wear to its absolute limit. LOL looking at that statement, its who I am... I probably push my family & friends to their limits as well! (oops, my bad)

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#715247 - 11/15/17 6:29 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Cornwall is wonderful, wasted on the locals though wink . It is a bit isolated, there was a time when you could fly from Heathrow to JFK quicker than driving from London to Cornwall.

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#715256 - 11/15/17 8:12 pm Re: Photos from Cornwall... [Re: Lannis]  
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Originally Posted by Lannis

If I can get this stupid iMac "Photos" software to work, I'll get 'em in. They had a great product in the old "iPhoto" but screwed it up royally .....


I agree, Lannis. Pain in the arse. Everytime I want to print/share/move a photo, I have to export it first.... mad

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Originally Posted by Dibnah
Cornwall is wonderful, wasted on the locals though wink . It is a bit isolated, there was a time when you could fly from Heathrow to JFK quicker than driving from London to Cornwall.


I'd say that the time between LHR & JFK via air, and between London & Mousehole via car, remains about the same.

But
(and I see your wink-y face there so I know you are speaking "tongue in cheek")

Cornish locals are coming into their own quite nicely today.
Between the farming & fishing, tourism aside- all the little foodie shops, restaurants, pubs... local fish, farm fresh food stuffs, craft and traditional ales, even semi local English farm-made milk vodka, that some dairy farmer dreamed up.... Cornish locals are in grand form and relishing the full glory of the bounty of land & sea right now. During our 2 weeks there, we ate almost nothing but local foods, whether it came off a farm, or came from the sea. We drank only local ales, in local pubs. We visited local art galleries, used local services, rode local busses & ferries, and flew on local planes. Lord knows we ate pasties and sampled cream teas up one side and down the other! smile
Cornwall is really strong in this regard. Not to mention the rich tradition of, and current state art of Cornwall. I think the locals are cashing in, many have generations-deep investments that are paying off like never before. Add tourism into the mix and combined with all the above, there is a year-round micro-economy that is extremely rich in many ways.

It is my observation that Cornish locals do have (rightly and probably proudly so) a true old-world sort of lifestyle, a cultural oeuvre of sorts, and a collectively individualist persona, that they are loathe to relinquish to the "real" world. In fact, they needn't give up their deep seated traits and quirks, for the World is coming to their doorstep for the Cornish Experience which exists only because Cornwall is Cornwall, in all its authentic glory.

As in most places, Cornwall wouldn't BE Cornwall without its people.

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Whilst travelling from place to lovely place in Cornwall, and on the road from Land’s End to the Lizard, we came across a roadside garage that had some interesting cars for sale, so we stopped for a mooch ….

First up was a BSA sedan …

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This was really a beautiful little car, and would be just perfect for the little Cornish back roads and village lanes.

Then there was a red Wolseley roadster ….

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and one of my favorites, an MGB-GT …

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And finally, maybe the ideal car for these little roads … a Deux Chevaux ..

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If I lived here, I’d have one of these in a minute and forget about the modern cars.

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Originally Posted by JubeePrince
Originally Posted by Lannis

If I can get this stupid iMac "Photos" software to work, I'll get 'em in. They had a great product in the old "iPhoto" but screwed it up royally .....


I agree, Lannis. Pain in the arse. Everytime I want to print/share/move a photo, I have to export it first.... mad

Steve


Uh... not to bust your bubble too violently... but you can drag any image onto your desktop, and share it from there, attach it to an email, and all manner of other things. Also in Photos, choose any image and look top right for the little square with the upwards arrow, and click that to also share, post, and send that image. I only really export photos (out of the "file" menu top left?) to my desktop so I can drag-n-drop groups of images into the "upload" box in Zenfolio. I can export 80 images onto my desktop, and drag them all into Zenfolio at once, click "upload" and go grab a cuppa coffee. 8 minutes later, between exporting and uploading, all 80 are in my album, ready to do whatever I need do with them. Then I drag that batch into the bin, and export 80 more...

processing individual images, which I do, does take some time. On this trip, I filled two 64 gb cards, about 1700 (or more) images each, plus part of another card. Off the first card, I ended up with 396 keeper photos. Still processing card number two, got 158 so far. Oh andI made a 3rd Cornwall folder specially for the closing of the harbor etc- 46 keeper images, and I'm working on a 4th folder now as well, currently with 20 images in it. That's 620 finished images out of roughly 3500, and still processing.

Oh, and I shot a roll of black & white film as well! laughing

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Originally Posted by Dibnah
Cornwall is wonderful, wasted on the locals though wink . It is a bit isolated, there was a time when you could fly from Heathrow to JFK quicker than driving from London to Cornwall.


I tend to compare such things to my grandparent's day ....

From my house to Dulles Airport - 3.5 hours

Get there 3 hours prior to flight time - 3 hours

Takeoff to landing at Heathrow- 8 hours

Get through Customs, baggage - 1.5 hours

Hop in the car, ride to the coast - 6 hours

So that's 22 hours door to door. In the steamship/train days, that would have been probably 2 weeks .... ! So we're thankful for small favors.

Although I'm glad we weren't on the A30 in the "high season". Even on a gray November weekday, the traffic into Stonehenge on the A303 was stop-and-go, and since (from there) the A30 is the only road to Cornwall from the East, and alternates between two and four lanes, I'd hate to think what it would be like in the summer ....

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Originally Posted by ricochetrider
Originally Posted by JubeePrince
Originally Posted by Lannis

If I can get this stupid iMac "Photos" software to work, I'll get 'em in. They had a great product in the old "iPhoto" but screwed it up royally .....


I agree, Lannis. Pain in the arse. Everytime I want to print/share/move a photo, I have to export it first.... mad

Steve


Uh... not to bust your bubble too violently... but you can drag any image onto your desktop, and share it from there, attach it to an email, and all manner of other things. Also in Photos, choose any image and look top right for the little square with the upwards arrow, and click that to also share, post, and send that image. I only really export photos (out of the "file" menu top left?) to my desktop so I can drag drop groups of images into the "upload" box in Zenfolio.


Dragging your pics from Photos onto the Desktop IS "Exporting" them. You didn't have to used to do that with iPhoto - you could work directly from within it, you didn't have to clear out "space" elsewhere. There's also an issue with deleting pictures - if you delete them from "Albums" and then delete the Album, it doesn't free up the disk space, EVEN WHEN you clear out the "RECOVERED PHOTOS" album and the Trash. My 250 GB disk is full and I can't free up space to work.

Yes, it "works", but it's a downgrade from iPhoto. As usual .....

Lannis


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Ah, well I consider myself to be "exporting" when I actually hit the "export" command.... But I see what you're saying. Look for the square with the upwards arrow along the top right toolbar tho and you can send individual images may places, without "exporting", or "dragging".


As for the space issue, there's probably a work-around that will free space up... I have a 2 or 3 terabyte external hard drive, so at some point I'll figure out how to move images off the desktop onto the hard drive. I don't know how to do it but I'd bet there's a way to import photos directly into the hard drive and then bring smaller numbers into the photos file for processing... Macs are smart, and well designed for smart people to do many things... so you know there's a way.

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