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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Timeline: 24th May 2009

    It was a delightfully sunny Sunday and we went to Arley Hall, famous now for its use in Peaky Blinders, for what was the last of their fantastic Arley Horse Fairs. Apparently, despite being really popular, it was too expensive to mount again, no pun ...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    I Love An Old Door

    There's just something about old doors that shout to me and as a result, I've been photographing them for quite some time now. All of the history and stories they could tell... plus, they have great designs and are much more interesting to look at ...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    That Evening Glow

    Last night we headed over to RHS Bridgewater for the Glow evening. Last year was a great success, so this time we thought we would have it all sussed out, which turned out to be partly so. The display of colour as we walked around the gardens was ind...

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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Dartmoor Photowalk 45 Windy Post, Vixen & Pew Tors

    This week I was once again fighting the weather, I had a plan but the weather scuppered it so Plan B was implemented in order to avoid another drenching. I decided to start earlier than usual in order to beat an incoming storm front from the Southwes...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    What A Sunset!

    Sunsets are an amazing thing that should be appreciated (they're great for a spot of daily mindfulness!) but this one from the other night was particularly spectacular. The deep purples and pinks are just beautiful! The Google Pixel has a night mod...

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    • Posted by : NikitaMorris
    •  17 Nov 2022 12:24PM
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    Dartmoor Photowalk 44 Norsworthy to Combshead Tor

    This week heavy rain was forecast to the North of Tavistock and South towards Lee Moor to Ashburton with a “gap” around the Burrator Reservoir area and East across to Holne so I decided to head into that gap and go over from Norsworthy Bridge via Sna...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    I Love Whitby

    We usually visit Whitby at least twice per year, for the Goth Weekends. There is so much to photograph, with the streets jammed with people in fantastic costumes, and all very happy to have their pictures taken. Add to that the archiecture and the bo...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  12 Nov 2022 11:33PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - Tyndesfield, Wide and Wacky

    I usually have my Pentax 10-17mm Fish-eye zoom in my camera bag as it offers a very compact lens with a very wide (180 degree) field of view, perfect for "getting it all in" when I need to. It is true that the straight lines give way to excesses of b...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Kourion Beach

    This might look like just any other beach to you but it's a beach that's very close to my family's heart as it's somewhere we've been visiting for a very long time. I first discovered the beach when I was stationed out in Cyprus when I was in the R...

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    • Posted by : NikitaMorris
    •  10 Nov 2022 10:46AM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Bonfire Night at Astley Green

    Last night we made our way down to Lancashire Mining Museum, previously known as Astley Green Colliery Museum, for there firwork display and bonfire. We were there quite early, so no problem seeking out a very fine cheeseburger each, plus a carton of...

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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Dartmoor Photowalk 43 Kestor Rock and Teign Head

    This week although the weather wasn’t looking too favourable I decided to go out to Teign Head Farm via Kestor Rock there is what is reportedly the biggest Rock Basin on Dartmoor, there is also a curious Boundary Stone that is actually a twelve-odd f...

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  • Avatar : dark_lord

    Analogue Magic

    One of the fascinations of analogue, or film, photography was watching an image appear in front of your eyes on the paper in a developing tray. Apologies first for not posting anything for a while as I've had some health issues to contend with for w...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Curious Case of the Countless Fishes

    For those who have picked up the play on titles, yes, I was a great fan of The Avengers. The 1960s had style. It also had the start of Pentax's creation of the first Fish-eye lens that did not need the SLR mirror to be locked up to use it. As I menti...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Sunsets & Seas

    I captured this while sat in the passenger seat of a moving car and it’s turned out to be such a great photo. I love the colours, the different lines/sections and how the clouds guide your eye in. Then there’s the subtle reflection of the sun on th...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Catching the Light

    We were just on our way back from Whitby and decided that we would make a lightning visit to Helmsley. While we were there, suddenly the clouds parted and the sun bathed the town in glorious winter light. Sunlit buildings backed by dark skies, and in...

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