Here’s another photo from the London Motor Museum. Found a really great setting in Nik Softwares Color Efex pro 4, really made the colours jump! Surprised not found this before but will be using it plenty in the future.
Had time today to get out and take some photos however the weather was dire, so had to think of an indoor location. Been meaning to visit the London Motor Museum for a while now so headed down. If you like cars then you will be well at home here. They do have alot of American cars but thats not so bad, aesthetically im sure they are far more prettier then their British counterparts of the same era. Or maybe im just to used to seeing British cars
Anyway really enjoyed my visit and was a very pleasant and friendly young lady at the reception.
Nash Point Lighthouse was built after the passenger steamer FROLIC was wrecked with heavy loss of life in 1830.
The low light was abandoned early this century and the high light was modernised and painted white. In place of the fixed light a new first order catadioptric lens was installed which gives a white and red group flashing.
On Boxing day thought it would be a good idea to drive down to Nash Point, Wales. Was about a three hour drive each way and as expected a straight run without any tailbacks or roadworks. Apart from an accident just past Cardiff that called for a road to be closed off but my sat nav got me around it ok.
When you get into St Donats finding the road that leads down to the lighthouse is a bit tricky as these tiny roads come up as ‘unnamed road’ on my sat nav and there are no street signs so they probably are unnamed roads.
Would have liked for better weather, Sun never really came out and the sky was thick dense clouds.