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Any objections? by jadus

Any objections?

Glad you took this. Taking photographs of children in a public place is legal. Some disturbed individuals take photos of children in inappropriate ways showing abuse or sexual content. That is illegal, and frankly appalling, but taking photos with children in them undertaking normal activity is not. The logic seems to be "paedophiles take pictures to illustrate their perversion, therefore anyone taking photos of children is a paedophile." Pure bonkers, and we have to get that message out or our life will become impossible.
End of supportive rant,
Alan

By: jadus

Magpie Mine Milky Way by JamesGrantPhotography

Magpie Mine Milky Way

A lovely shot with fine composition. The light pollution actually adds something, so I won't worry too much.
Alan

By: JamesGrantPhotography

Swallows and Amazons by DalesLass

Swallows and Amazons

Coot Club for ever!
Alan

By: DalesLass

Lovers by rontear

Lovers

Excellent shadow play Ron, though that bin bag draws my eye.
Alan

By: rontear

Following by rontear

Following

All you need if for them to grab the tail of the one in frontGrin An excellent environmental nature shot.
Alan

By: rontear

Calling yoou by Dallachy

Calling yoou

Bet it's not as tuneful as Nelson Eddie and Jeanette McDonald!Grin
Alan

By: Dallachy

Wheels of friendship by redefined

Wheels of friendship

I was going to say, why do we all like taking this sort of picture? I know I do.

Now, as a cyclist, I will add - Please give him my regards and hopes for a quick recovery.

Alan

By: redefined

BBMF by gazlowe

BBMF

Already booked for the Southport Airshow, where the BBMF Lanc is being joined by its Canadian cousin. I once in a lifetime tour - check it out http://www.warplane.com/lancaster-2014-uk-tour.aspx
Fine shot of course.

Alan

By: gazlowe

Glorious Evening by jasonrwl

Glorious Evening

Like most other people I like them both, though the mono has that extra drama to it.
Alan

By: jasonrwl

Sheer Joy ! by redefined

Sheer Joy !

Totally agree about the Games. I made the opening ceremony and the Sevens finals. Both were excellent tho I had to leave the Sevens venue at the final whistle and I believe it took a long time to get the podium set up. My daughter has been volunteering at the pool and I helped out at a ceilidh on Glasgow Green. Everyone has hugely enjoyed things.

Well captured moment by the way. I must post some of my Sevens photos.

Alan

By: redefined

The Baptistry Window at Coventry Cathedral by DicksPics

The Baptistry Window at Coventry Cathedral

A lovely series. V1 for me.
Alan

By: DicksPics

time tunnel? by sawsengee

time tunnel?

Lovely colours, but the longest corridor in the world? You may find that the Pentagon beats that comfortably. There used to be a corridor in Newcastle in England that was over a mile (5280 feet) long. It connected up a large number of government buildings. It was knocked down 15 years or more ago when the site was redeveloped.
I still love the way Indian temples are so colourful. The inclusion of the figure gives a good sense of scale.
Alan

By: sawsengee

Lone Surfer by rontear

Lone Surfer

I love the viewpoint you've used for this series Ron. BTW thanks so much for the UA.
Alan

By: rontear

Mr Stewart entertains by alansnap

Mr Stewart entertains

Ron, Thanks so much for the UA.
Alan

By: alansnap

Everywhere by barbarahirst

Everywhere

Clyde gets everywhere Barbara! Sorry, couldn't resist, Clyde is the thistle headed mascot of the Commonwealth GamesGrin
Alan

By: barbarahirst

Well I Never! by barbarahirst

Well I Never!

Fascinating Barbara, I bet it will taste as good as it looks.
Alan

By: barbarahirst

The UNICEF Moment by alansnap

The UNICEF Moment

Thanks Nathan

By: alansnap

Zabriskie Point by rontear

Zabriskie Point

I reckon it's Lego men and crumpled brown paperGrin
Super shot Ron, the figures give great sense of scale.
Alan

By: rontear

Dressed by rontear

Dressed

Lovely use of colour Ron, and of course your model helps.
Alan

By: rontear

Hail on the Motorway by rontear

Hail on the Motorway

Weather's topsy turkey Ron - heat waves in Glasgow and even the Australians are complaining about the heat!
Alan

By: rontear

Against the tide by rontear

Against the tide

Nice one Ron. I like the juxtaposition of the different groups. I see we're both in this month's RPS competition.
Alan

By: rontear

Evora GT4 by MattB1987

Evora GT4

Fine shot. I was at Le Mans last week for the Classic 3 days of fun.
Cheers,
Alan

By: MattB1987

Living on the Edge by prabhusinha

Living on the Edge

Hi, a good record of how people survive in a harsh region Prabhas. I think I prefer v2.
Alan

By: prabhusinha

My weekend pad ....... I wish! by micra-chameleon

My weekend pad ....... I wish!

Off to Classic Le Mans next week in another nice motor - a V12 E-TypeGrin
Alan

By: micra-chameleon

Poppies and blue sky by YorkshireSam

Poppies and blue sky

Very nice indeed and very appropriate as to-morrow is the centenary of the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand, the event that plunged us into the war that is so much associated with red poppies.
Alan

By: YorkshireSam

Daybreak by crookymonsta

Daybreak

Absolutely beautiful. I love the kingfisher. We saw stork billed kingfishers on the next near Kottayam in Kerala earlier this year, but the lighting wasn't half as good as yours.Smile
Alan

By: crookymonsta

Hi  Tech.... by brownstonechip

Hi Tech....

Ye Gods, what is it? Apart from scary that isGrin Off to the Classic Le Mans meet next week, but I expect what I see will have more bodywork!
Alan

By: brownstonechip

1970 Le Mans winning Porsche 917K by Theredman

1970 Le Mans winning Porsche 917K

Excellent
I may see something like it at the end of next week. I'm off to Le Mans with my brother in his V12 E-type (roadster of course) to the Classic Le Mans so we'll see Bentley's Bugattis, Porsches, GT40s and on and on. A real petrolheads' treat. I always thought the 917 was a brute. Vic Elford, one of the 917 drivers complained that it was so powerful you could spin the wheels in 5th at 180 mph if you put your foot down too quickly!
Alan

By: Theredman

If you come with me by titchpics

If you come with me

Fascinating. It looks like an Esher puzzle at first.
Alan

By: titchpics

Success !! by Jamie_MacArthur

Success !!

What a stunning shot. Well done.
Alan

By: Jamie_MacArthur