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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Real Women Wear Mud

    They do indeed, especially when taking part in a Muddy Run in support of cancer research. The scene is Heaton Park, the time today and still going on as the ladies start their obstacle runs in waves. Sister-in-law Diane started this morning and niece...

  • Avatar : Howard2

    Photo bombed

    Location, the ancient city of Khiva south western Uzbekistan. A film shoot was in progress - crew and extras, horses and equipment milled around with film stars and curiosity-fueled onlookers. I watched as the main characters were put through their...

    • Posted by : Howard2
    •  10 Jul 2018 10:13AM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Two Victorian Schoolgirls

    Well not quite. Sue was dressed in costume and Chloe was in modern clothes, but I thought I would shoot a sequence with them both in the pictures. The location is the untouched top floor of Dam House, where there is still an authentic Victorian schoo...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Home from Home

    Due to the totally rubbish building skills of our local woodpigeon couple, they didn't manage to build a nest in the laburnum tree this year. Mum was getting broody so we took it upon ourselves to make them a desres. They moved in immediately. Unf...

    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  30 Jun 2018 11:43AM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Arley Hall Garden Festival, 23/24th June 2018

    We went yesterday to this annual event, and what a splendid day it was. Great weather, lots of stalls, demonstrations, displays and plenty to entertain the offspring and offsprings' offsping as well. It was handy that we've just replaced our car with...

    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  24 Jun 2018 11:20AM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Cedar of Lebanon

    There's a really huge and old cedar tree in our local park but I've never before noticed any fruit on it. I never even realised they grew cones. :$ Anyway, took a shot of a new cone yesterday. They're huge. This one's about 3 x 4 1/2 inches.

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    St Andrews Botanic Garden - The Butterfly House

    The botanic garden is easy enough to find and for an extra 2.95 we get access to The Butterfly House. Oppressive heat, excellent light and a mass of gorgeous butterflies to photograph make it all very worthwhile. The butterflies can be a bit of a ch...

  • Avatar : RLF

    Sleepy Bobos

    My eldest daughter started to read a bedtime story to her daughter last night. She fell asleep herself and the wee one went downstairs to watch Jaws with daddy! Anyone who remembers Alice from the Vicar of Dibbly would see her in my own daughter. Spe...

    • Posted by : RLF
    •  16 Jun 2018 8:38PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Scotland's Secret Bunker

    Just follow the signs to the Secret Bunker and you'll arrive at a house. Under the house is the secret cold war bunker that was to house Those In Charge in the event of nuclear war. Of course, officialdom can't resist putting up signs, so I wonder if...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    We Meet the Laird of Balgonie Castle

    There are some places that hold a certain magic and it's truly wonderful to stumble unexpectedly on one of these rare treasures. But such is the nature of Balgonie castle in the Kingdom of Fife. We stumbled across this remote place and found ourselve...

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    if you hold a Nikon in your hands...

    You should know how the brand from a small manufacturer of optics and photographic equipment became a market leader. Please read the story of David Douglas Duncan who passed away at the age of 102 today. His biography and work are visible here: http...

  • Avatar : Andy_Curtis

    Lake district - My first time, Day 2

    Day 2 of my trip to the Lake District was a lot more relaxed and laid back! My plan was to get up early for sunset on the second day, but as we know, the best laid plans rarely go..... to plan. On the first day, I got back to my room around 11pm...

    • Posted by : Andy_Curtis
    •  5 Jun 2018 9:10AM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Top of St Paul's

    Had a good tryout of the new compact camera today, the Lumix TZ100. Very impressed. This shot was taken at full zoom of the very top gallery of St Paul's, then cropped heavily to show the people. It's not perfect, but pretty good. And it's the jp...

  • Avatar : Andy_Curtis

    Lake district - My first time, Day 1

    Last week (21st May) I decided to take a last minute trip to the Lake District, specifically Keswick. I had the week off work as the original plan was to have a short break with my partner at the time. Alas, we parted ways and I decided to make the m...

    • Posted by : Andy_Curtis
    •  30 May 2018 10:17AM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    At Last

    I've been waiting all week for the starlings to start bathing and I've just caught them. Such fun to watch.

    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  28 May 2018 6:25PM
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