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Thread: Pentre dolamarch farm. (the ar house) tal-y-llyn wales..oct 2018

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    Default Pentre dolamarch farm. (the ar house) tal-y-llyn wales..oct 2018


    Decided to go to the A R House as it's not far from me, finding the place, getting to the place was easy, getting in was easy. Once in, my battery on my DSLR decided to run out of juice, so I resorted to using the wifes point and shoot camera so sorry for the bad pictures. The worst thing it was raining so I couldn't fly my drone over it.

    WARNING....Just be aware of a farmer on a quad bike, just started upstairs taking pictures, I heard a quad bike approach the house and stop outside, next thing there was banging on the door, so me and the wife just froze on the stairway I could hear him trying all the windows and doors to get in, he was at it for a good 10mins. I thought any minute now he will be inside, he came around to window we entered through I thought, Yep, here he comes, but all he did was shut the window and then we heard him drive off, at that point my wife was ready to make a bolt for it, I said we'll hang on a few minutes in case there was two of them and ones just driven off to make out they had gone, so a few minutes later we made our exit undetected, we did see him down bottom of the track loading his quad onto a trailer but he didn't say a word to us. The farmer is obviously aware of what's going on. so be aware if you decide to visit.


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    Not bad for a point-and-shoot camera. Interesting photos.
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    Very nice,could live there if it was up together,A gap between your pictures would be appreciated tho'
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    Thats nice that... a mess but nice,looks like it could still be a good house for someone!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    My photos from here seem to have disappeared.
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    Why lug a DSLR about when one can get perfect images like these on a P&S, that fits nicely in a jacket pocket? As I have stated before, it is the person behind the camera that rally matters - have an eye for the subject matter or scene and all will be well

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    First Primus stove I've seen for a while, nice one, Thanks
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    Nice shots, this is a rare derp house that I've actually been to … the interior is mouldy but it has a stunning setting looking out towards the lake, although it was raining when we were there, too.

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    This looks like a nice place, worth the effort you went through
    If I may suggest a spare battery for the DSLR, that way you can never be disappointed.
    I've recently had to invest in a new DSLR (mine was stolen) A 2nd battery is a good addition in the kit, and worth the 40 extra
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    Gap done , Ignore this, don't know how to delete it.
    Last edited by Dmc68; 7th Oct 18 at 08:43.

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