Paignton Harbour nestles on the western shores of Torbay between Torquay and Brixham. It’s a beautiful place to sit & watch the world go by.
A nice casual stroll from the Roundham headland down to the beautiful Goodrington Beach. The promenade curves around the cliff and in the summer you’ll find it decorated with colourful beach huts.
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Nestled under Corbyn Head this beach is very sheltered form Torquay’s south westerly or westerly winds and is very popular with families.
Taking place on the village church meadow in Kingskerswell, this festival has a really nice chilled relaxed atmosphere. With music from a wide variety of bands (the majority of which are local) and with plenty of beer and activities for the kids, this is a festival for all the family to enjoy. For the last few years there’s been 70+ beers, 20+ Ciders and wines to keep you quenched throughout the day.
It’s not just about the beer, music, dancing and feasting. Occombe Festival is a charity event and festival goers help some of the places we love here in Torbay. 100% of the festival profits go to Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust, who look after Berry Head, Ansteys Cove, Occombe Farm and Cockington. Sun, beer, music, friends and raising money for charity. What more do you need? Lets go….
Here you will find all the 360 accessories I’ve come across that I thought could be useful for shooting in 360. To help i’ve grouped camera specific accessories together just click on the camera link below.
The things I can’t travel without. I’ll keep updating this list whenever I discover something new, so keep your eye on it.
Enjoy a 360 virtual tour of the Torbay Air show. As previous years most of the flying programme will be during the afternoon with Saturday pretty much the same, but this year Sunday’s display’s will be a little different
BrixFest is a three-day celebration of the charming fishing town of Brixham. This was the first time coming to Brixfest for myself and my girlfriend, we didn’t really know what to expect.