June 2021 took a while to get going in terms of photo adventures, it wasn’t until the last three days of the month that I had one.
I was using up Annual Leave, so I took the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday off at the end of the month. Well, those dates were booked off well in advance for a scheduled trip to Bray which eventually happened in August.
On the Monday morning, I headed to the North Down Coastal Path, cheating a bit by starting at Cultra, before taking the usual approach of walking for an hour and see where I end up.
If you care, it was Crawfordsburn according to the person I asked.
It was a beautiful sunny day on a route that is photo friendly, I was really happy with the results.
Just as I was the next day when I headed to Blackhead Path in Whitehead.
I’d read about it and put it on my To Do List, so I did it.
Again, a beautiful sunny day and picturesque settings made it a worthwhile visit and end to the month.
I should have going to Lansdowne Road that afternoon to try and blag a ticket for England v Germany, but a stroll in the sunshine in East Antrim was nice.