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  • Avatar : KarenFB

    New Hobby

    Recently Devon has held a month of Open Studios, where you can travel around visiting various Artists in their studios. My youngest daughter always has a week off work near her birthday so she can visit as many studios as possible and she sometimes ...

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    • Posted by : KarenFB
    •  26 Sep 2018 5:26PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Templar Knights of Cressing

    It's great to stumble upon something that inspires the Inner Photographer and such a place is Cressing Temple Barns in Essex. Great barns from the times of the Templar Knights that show a fascinating style of architecture in wood. Fantastic, plus all...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Des Res

    Well, this little white cat, Frostie, visits every day for meals and I know he'd love to come and live with us but he belongs to a lady down the road. He got to be really, really thin because she never seemed to be in which is why we started feeding...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - Lavenham, Suffolk

    Lavenham is a Photographic Feast for sure. Starting at the old market square with its ancient Guildhall and then exploring the town's main street and the church, everywhere we see gorgeous half timbered buildings in a multitude of colours. Add to tha...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  14 Sep 2018 12:09AM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    On the Trail of the Suffolk Poets

    My Great Uncle William Ernest FitzGerald was Medical Officer for Health in Southport in the 1940s, but he had a more famous relative in Edward FitzGerald, the Victorian poet whose most popular work was his translation of the Persian poet Omar Khyyam....

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Places - The Colne Valley Railway

    This last week we have been in Essex, staying in a cottage just next to Hedingham Castle and the Colne Valley Railway. I was trying to lighten the load by taking the Pentax K-3 II and lenses rather than the K-1 as I have been suffering from some neck...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Extra Large

    I forgot to look for the name of these huge plants in Kew Gardens but they look like irises with massive leaves. They were being watered via a spray in the middle of the plant hence the mist.

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  • Avatar : thelearningcurvephoto

    Gladstone Hotel Toronto Canada No 1

    The Gladstone House at No 1214 Queen St W is the oldest operating hotel in the city. Built in 1889 the building was designated a Heritage Property by The City Of Toronto in 1973. Original photography from 2014 using a Canon EOS 60D body with a Can...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    A Bit Messy

    I took these two shots last week in Hyde Park but it was a very cluttered area. In the first picture I was looking at the girl on the bench mirroring the statue, she on her phone and the statue in a similar pose. In the second image I saw the same ...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  1 Sep 2018 11:38AM
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  • Avatar : Nigeyboy

    'Project 52' - Week's 3 & 4 of 52

    Hi all, Been a slight delay in getting these up, as I have just returned from our 2 week family holiday in the South of France. This year we decided to do a 'Road Trip' DIY holiday, rather than the usual package, and I'm so glad we did. We drove the...

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    • Posted by : Nigeyboy
    •  28 Aug 2018 12:24PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    My Little Waif and Stray

    Last night ADAPS booked the Lancashire Mining Museum for a private shoot. At 6pm the heavens opened and the rain was torrential. At 6.30pm it all cleared up and we had a gorgeous end of day, with all the sun that we get when travelling home from a ra...

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  • Avatar : RLF

    A new way to sharpen pencils.

    Https://youtu.be/7RBuzkHpcAQ Watch the bit on the video from 2 min 49 seconds:$:$:$ So ... there I was all ready to draw a straight line onto some wood when my pencil broke! Now although I did have a pencil sharpener in my pocket I couldn't find th...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Never Again

    OK, last (promise) post re the pigeons. Have just cleared away all the stuff that was wrapped around the tree to ward off the cat. I got covered in rancid water in the process as the rain had collected in the plastic wrapping. As well as bird drop...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Heaton Hall Open Day

    Heaton Hall is an immense Grade I listed building in Heaton Park, Manchester. There is currently some refurbishment going on, and today there was the opportunity to look inside on one of the infrequent Open Days. It must be 30 years or more since we'...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  12 Aug 2018 10:12PM
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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    The Watchers

    More of the pigeons. I had a good morning tidying up the garden and sat down on the bench under the cherry tree to rest. I looked up and saw the partners in crime. :) I suspect they were waiting for a parent to come and feed them as they've only ...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  12 Aug 2018 12:24PM
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