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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - Broomhill Sculpture Garden

    If you should happen to be in Devon then Broomhill Sculpture Garden is well worth a visit. There are vast gardens that house fascinating sculptures at every turn and under every shrub. We went there way back in June 2016, when the Pentax K-1 full fra...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Never Too Old To Learn...

    We were having lunch down at the lovely sea caves where you can easily spend a few hours eating, drinking and enjoying the view... anyway, while there, I captured a couple of images of the sea caves below when Nikita suggested I try capturing a pan...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Doors of Old Bridlington

    As we travel around, I'm always open to spotting some favourite subjects that I can add to my impromptu collections. Small Buildings is one. Doors and Windows are another, and in Bridlington Old Town we found a few interesting doors, sometimes with w...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  22 Jun 2022 12:58PM
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  • Avatar : dark_lord

    Picture Captions

    Adding captions to your images is one of those tasks that takes some discipline but is worth it in the long run. How many times have you looked at a photo and wondered who is in the picture, where it was or what the occasion was about? Don't kid you...

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    • Posted by : dark_lord
    •  22 Jun 2022 10:29AM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Pictures from my past

    I decided to scan a few more of our antique, vintage negatives today and how about these, I am now officially a vintage antique. I must be, because I was looking at three images from when I was a Little Boy. The scene is the back door and yard area o...

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  • Avatar : clicknimagine

    Two different entities...

    As a member of this community i think i have a different entity so i distribute my user award accordingly, but whenever i occupy a special honourable seat as the Seat of a Guest Editor, i try to follow an well accepted general principle not only foll...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Bag of Nature

    I love fresh food, full of texture and taste. Just take fresh carrots for example, delicious raw, delicious cooked and clearly better than frozen. I love fresh vegetables in particular, so at yesterday's Farmers' Market it was delightful to find a co...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Today Was Father's Day

    Sue and I spent the day with daughter Hazel and family, starting off with the farmers' Market at Houghton Tower, near Preston. I was travelling light camera-wise, with just the Pentax K-3 II and SMC Pentax-DA 18-135mm ED AL [IF] DC WR lens, a good co...

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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    Dartmoor Photowalk 23 Sourton and Shelstone Tors

    This week I was back on the North Moor at Sourton Tors plus Shelstone Tor on the West Okement Valley just South of Meldon Reservoir. Once again I had my Fuji GFX 50S along as well as my X-T2 for the shots on the move. I have not been to Shelstone Tor...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Reviewing the past - Watertown

    This could equally well be applied to our own photography, but specifically this blog is about reviewing and revisiting our own work. I do this all the time, applying current skills to old images, many of which were passed over first time around. I a...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Random Village Churches

    We were a little early for our holiday cottage, so followed a sign to a small village church. These are often gorgeous buildings, although, like this example, unfortunately often locked up. Then there are also the beautiful vicarages, impressive hous...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  15 Jun 2022 11:17PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    It's All About The Light

    Photography, that is. We all do it, we arrive at some location, the light is terrible and we shoot the pictures anyway. We won't be there again maybe, so it's then or never. But, as I never tire of saying, take the most mundane scene, bathe it in low...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Framing A View

    These box-like constructions can be found dotted along the coastal path from Lighthouse Beach to Paphos harbour. They used to feature benches and were welcomed shade from the hot sun but now they’ve fallen into slight disrepair so instead, they mak...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - Lowther Castle

    Quite a few years ago we were exploring round the Penrith area and found a huge ruin of a castle-style country house. It was huge, but just a shell, and investigation found that it was the ruin of Lowther Hall. Wind forwards a few more years and Engl...

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  • Avatar : clicknimagine

    Same image upload...

    There is nothing written here in the terms of using the site how many times you can upload a same image that you have already uploaded here before in your pf... To me the term 'Same Image' excludes the following... 1. A same image but one in colour...