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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    A Whole Week of Whitby

    We've been travelling to the Whitby Goth weekends for a while and decided it would be great to rent a cottage for the whole week. It was much better than rushing over and rushing back in the day, although we did miss the camaraderie of the ADAPS coac...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Recon mission.

    After listening to several reports of a washed up fishing boat at the mouth of the River Wansbeck, I decided to have a ride to the scene and weigh up the situation. Getting there is by means of a rough and clarty public footpath, getting off the bike...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Yellow Flowers

    Just faffing around with the macro. I was trying to capture bees but they move too fast so I caught some yellow flowers instead. :)

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Awake with the larks .......

    .......this morning. My need for any length of time with the eyes shut is getting less and less as I get older. Instead of watching the oblong box I got myself motivated and slung the camera bag over my shoulder then out on the push bike to take a p...

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  • Avatar : ugly

    4th Cheltenham International Salon 2016

    I had good news today. My Scottish Wildcat got accepted in to Salon. :) :) :) :) I now have to work hard to go to the next level and understand what make a good image better.

    • Posted by : ugly
    •  27 Apr 2016 2:14PM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Leftover......

    ....... from a heavy hail shower yesterday evening. I've a few pairs of worn trainers "aging" in the backyard which still remain partly covered in ice this morning..... Here's a Geordie proverb which rings true......" divint cast a cloot til Ma...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Experimenting with Nelson

    Having trouble with my colour since upgrading to W10 and pse14 but have just turned off the colour management and fingers crossed this seems to have worked. Not holding my breath though.

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  24 Apr 2016 2:58PM
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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Alfred Hitchcock & Goose shot by Albert Watson

    I guess you have seen this 1973 black and white photo where Alfred Hitchcock in a tuxedo holding the dead goose by the neck with his right hand while using his left arm to present it to you. The photograph was casted again years later (2014) by John ...

  • Avatar : RLF

    Staffy crossed with an American Pitbull

    An extremely viscous and possibly illegal dog attacked TED this afternoon. The dog flew across a car park and went straight for TED'S throat. TED is a very gentle docile dog but managed the magical transformation to Grizzly Bear as the dog leapt for ...

  • Avatar : Fenfotos

    Capturing Spring

    For the second year running, I have been out trying to photograph spring. I want to capture that transitional moment when the buds on the trees have started to open, but are not yet fully out; when the trees and bushes seem to be covered in a del...

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    • Posted by : Fenfotos
    •  20 Apr 2016 2:38PM
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  • Avatar : AliceLuisePhotography

    Exploring the dark side..

    So I am back, and I was inspired this morning by my very early morning drive to work. Now some people make a living off mobile phone photography so as i was driving along i decided to experiment whilst on some back country roads. Using my good ol...

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  • Avatar : PeterVan

    "Leading Lines, Habit Forming for Better Grabbing

    Because of all the "Random Elements" coming together to create the leading lines, "Bird's Eye View" is a favorite photo of mine. As an older photographer, I can reflect on my years of fun and games with a camera. My 1st darkroom, 16yrs. old in 197...

    • Posted by : PeterVan
    •  11 Apr 2016 6:01PM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Down memory lane.......

    A boring Saturday gave me the push to go and take a couple of pics at the mouth of the Wansbeck this afternoon. I bought a ten stop B+W filter years ago and have used it twice. Took it with me today .......... The trip brought back some fond mem...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Well Doesn't Everyone?

    Finally took all my old analogue bits and pieces (except for two special cameras) to LCE today in part exchange for a Canon 10-18mm wide angle with stabiliser. They took all my stuff except for filters. Apparently they have filters coming out of the...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  7 Apr 2016 2:21PM
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  • Avatar : Fenfotos

    A Little Addicted

    Have you ever started doing something, only to find you cannot stop, a sort of momentary addiction? Like picking strawberries. You find yourself continuing to pick fruit long after you've filled the punnet that you came to get. But there is alwa...

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