It would be good to hear why this was not the case fron someone who has experienced it.
Exmoor or West Cornwall are good photographic options? Depends how far people want to drive?
The further west you go in Cornwall the narrower the peninsular gets, this gives easy access to both the north coast and south. St Ives would be a good base for this, in fact from here, any part of west cornwall can be reached easily : The Lizard, Godrevy, Penzance, Lands end, Cape Cornwall, Sennen area are all great locations with awesome coastal scenery.
However, Exmoor/North Devon sounds interesting as I've never been there and would find it hard to choose between the two.
Personally, I found the most westerly bit of Cornwall has the best weather.
Of course it rains at Lands End/Penzance/St Ives but the weather fronts tend to move through quickly
When using a LF camera it presents problems - it takes so very long to get the camera set-up that by the time I am ready to shoot - the light has changed - sometimes several times
It can be quite character building :rolleyes:
I was told that Dartmoor is more pittoresque than Exmoor.
Could we do the Cornish coast and Dartmoor or would it be too much?
Whatever happens weather wise, I'd wish that we did not have a repeat of Anglesey's. Who's in charge of the weather this time?
But watching the countryside fly by on the train while heading back to Plymouth made me realise just how lucky we are when it comes to variety of good photography locations in the UK.
The North Devon coastline also has its gems, places like Hartland Quay for its rock formations or Clovelly which is a real old fishing village.