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Old and new by billmyl

Old and new

I have an image of Chandler's Lane taken the other way round, i.e. from City Quay to the Tay. Chandlers Lane

It isn't as good an image as yours and was taken into the sun, but I think the "old & new" style of buildings is more evident from the other end with the contrast between the white brick on the left and the curve with the old stone on the right. The white brick, as you'll know, only extends part way down the lane. Just a thought. Smile

By: billmyl

Eilean Donan Castle by Bullyuk123

Eilean Donan Castle

A lovely view of this much pictured castle.

By: Bullyuk123

Nice View! by lenocm

Nice View!


Quote: A familiar view. My Great Aunt lives in Carnoustie, her house backs on to the golf course.

It's a small world! Smile

By: lenocm

The Smoke House by lenocm

The Smoke House


Quote: This made me smile, maybe the old man is only aloud to smoke thereGrin..Lin

I didn't think of that one, or perhaps it's his tobacco store! Smile

By: lenocm

Vote Yes in the Referendum or Else by mistresswinckle

Vote Yes in the Referendum or Else


Quote: Vote Yes in the Referendum or Else

Now that could open a whole new can of worms!! Smile A nicely processed image nevertheless.

Mike (a Scot)

By: mistresswinckle

Stained Glass 2, Olney Church by Suzicoo

Stained Glass 2, Olney Church

Lovely capture of the windows. They have such nice, almost pastel, colours. Smile

Mike

By: Suzicoo

Old Stone Bridge by lenocm

Old Stone Bridge


Quote: So beautiful, would love to walk along the river and through the village, it looks delightful Grin, a great shot

Colleen,
They say "the camera doesn't lie", but it can be used very selectively. Wink Tomorrow I will upload an image showing the burn as it runs through the village and it isn't the idyllic scene that this old bridge might suggest. Smile

By: lenocm

Phone box by lenocm

Phone box


Quote: But does it still work?

I must confess that I didn't check. Sad The handset is still in its cradle, so presumably it hasn't been totally vandalised!

By: lenocm

Canary Wharf by Suzicoo

Canary Wharf

A very nicely cropped and processed mono image. Smile

By: Suzicoo

Daughter's wedding by ozimax

Daughter's wedding

A lovely image of your beautiful and happy looking daughter. Smile

By: ozimax

An English Rose by RobertTurley

An English Rose

Lovely picture which gets my award today. Smile

By: RobertTurley

Gulfoss in Iceland by PhilT2

Gulfoss in Iceland

Love version 2 which shows just how awesome it is. Smile

By: PhilT2

Weather by threed

Weather

Brilliant! Smile

By: threed

Old part of Tayport Harbour 2 by lenocm

Old part of Tayport Harbour 2


Quote: Excuse my ignorance Len, but where is Tayport?

Nathan,
It is in the North of Fife, directly across the river Tay from Broughty Ferry, the Eastern end of Dundee.

By: lenocm

Wade's Bridge Aberfeldy by PhilT2

Wade's Bridge Aberfeldy

A lovely image of a bridge I've crossed many times travelling between Kinloch Rannoch and Aberfeldy, but always when working and without a camera! Sad

By: PhilT2

Robert Burns by lenocm

Robert Burns


Quote: Is that the National poet of Scotland? Now.... how has the artist didn't make him wear a kilt???

Burns never wore the kilt which was an outlawed form of dress after the Jacobite Rebellion. However Burns wrote about the injustice dealt out to John Highlandman whose crime was to wear highland dress and be loyal to his clan resulting in him being deported. The establishment had decreed that it was illegal to wear a uniform signifying membership of a proscribed clan, carry a weapon and be disloyal to the crown.

By: lenocm

Ornate by Trawden

Ornate

A lovely image of the beautiful building but I would have had to crop it to remove the "tourists". Wink

By: Trawden

Blue! by lenocm

Blue!

Although it makes an interesting image, I can't say I actually like the blue as part of the building. Wink

By: lenocm

Auchmithie beach by billmyl

Auchmithie beach

Methinks another visit to Auchmithie is needed when (if) we ever get another nice day. Smile

Mike

By: billmyl

A House in Doganbey by nonur

A House in Doganbey

A lovely image and I prefer the colour version.

By: nonur

Todhead Lighthouse by lenocm

Todhead Lighthouse


Quote: Three great images Len, pity about the off kilter horizon in image number one though...

I thought I had straightened the horizon (I usually do) but you're quite right, it is a bit "off kilter" Smile

By: lenocm

Leaning Tower of Pisa by lisfoy

Leaning Tower of Pisa

As has been suggested, the Tower of Pisa is straight - it's the rest of the world that's crooked! Nice image nevertheless. Wink

By: lisfoy

Tynemouth. by RockinJim

Tynemouth.

A nice image, but I'd have cropped the top to remove the overhead wires and the left to remove the two vehicles. Smile

By: RockinJim

HMS Belfast by Russell_Charles

HMS Belfast

Lovely image incorpoating the Tower, the Bridge and the Ship.

By: Russell_Charles

Lindisfarne Castle by Westroyd08

Lindisfarne Castle

A lovely image of the much pictured castle. Smile

By: Westroyd08

Dining in style. by lenocm

Dining in style.


Quote: Nicely lit and composed image.

With hoards of people going round the ship, it was just a matter of using the available light and taking the shot from within the queue of visitors. Smile

By: lenocm

Steam Punk Santa by ugly

Steam Punk Santa

Brilliant, I love it! Smile

By: ugly

Scurdiness by moiral

Scurdiness

Nice one. Wink
Mike

By: moiral

Lost Leggings by lifesnapper

Lost Leggings

...and all this time I thought girls' legs were made of denim! Smile

By: lifesnapper