For our first wedding anniversary, Hannah and I spend a long weekend in Dunster, West Somerset. We first visited Dunster in the winter, and vowed to come back when the weather was nicer. It’s a small medieval village with a castle, a church and an ancient yarn market in the middle of the road.
We stayed at the Luttrell Arms. It’s quaint and cosy and perfect for a quiet getaway. As we booked early, we had the pick of the rooms and we chose one with a four-poster bed and a tiny little study that overlooks the high street.
On the way back to Dunster, we drove across Exmoor. It was stunningly beautiful but the narrow road didn’t offer many places to stop and take pictures. I managed a couple!
Finally, we called in at Minehead in the evening. It was a bit late for sunbathing but we went for a stroll on the beach as the sun set. I photographed this footprint in the sand, and then we went wild at the amusement arcade.
Lenses used were Sekor C 90mm f/3.8, Sekor C 127mm f/3.8 on the Mamiya RB67 and FD 24mm f/2.8, FD 35mm f/2.8, FD 50mm f/1.4, FD 70-210mm f/4 on the Canon SLRs.