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Somerset – Photo Spot

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Somerset is a huge county full to bursting with places to explore, visit and capture.

When you think of Somerset, picture a dramatic countryside that will leave you wanting to explore more and more. For photographing that picturesque, rural landscape scene, you will be able to capitalise on shooting either early in the morning or late in the afternoon (when the sun is low) to ensure that subtle colour palette. No worries though as if you are not an early riser there will be ample opportunity to capture the stunning natural magnificence that is this English countryside. 

Burrington, North Somerset

Burrington, North Somerset

 

Wells, Somerset

Blagdon, Somerset

For those who love architectural photography Wells Cathedral is definitely worth a visit. Cheddar Gorge will hit just the right spot if you are into exploring with great walks with the opportunity of taking some amazing photos. One of Bath’s main attractions are the Roman Baths, an amazingly preserved site, originally constructed for public bathing above three natural hot springs.

You will definitely be spoilt for choice on things to see and do while in Somerset – if you have not already made this part of your photographic repertoire, list it as an ingredient for your photo hot spot for the future.

For more on my jaunt to Somerset , click here.

Peace and love guys,

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“Photography helps people to see.” – Berenice Abbott

 

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Author: Sóla Snapshot

Photographer and blogger - Street | Architecture | Travel My photographic adventures, whether close to home or far away. Lover of good food, dogs (even though I don't have one yet), orangutangs and travelling the world.

8 thoughts on “Somerset – Photo Spot

  1. Very idyllic. Love the colours.

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  2. Thank you very much for your kind words 🙂

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  3. this is so gorgeous 🙂

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  4. These photos are magical! I live in the desert, and while it is beautiful, we don’t have scenery like these!

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