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  • Avatar : lemontart

    Another year older

    What a year, spending more and more time in a wheelchair, set up a few new collections and disabledboaters has taken off with more work with CRT. Throw in my floating home been hit by a tree last September and still not fully restored, it has been a ...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    True Colours

    OK, so Frostie's been a Very Naughty Boy. Anyone need a mouser??? He catches mice in the garden, plays with them, then I'm absolutely positive he eats them. He comes home licking his lips and looking a bit droopy. He then sleeps it off for a few h...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    ADAPS Year Book 2019-2020

    Another year has gone by and another ADAPS Year Book is published. As before, I have collected in images from club members and selected two each for inclusion in the book. We select five members to be "Featured" and they get a short biography and thi...

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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Today.

    Or as Confucius said "on a day like this, the more you talk, the less I want to listen" One's cleverness is not squared by square frames. The best way to frame is by using your brain to its full capacity understanding the particularity of your subjec...

  • Avatar : MentorRon

    Digital Camera Image Formats

    In this day and age, I cannot understand why most cameras come with 4:3 as their default aspect ratio, and sometimes even their LCD shape too. To me it shouldn't exist any more, as that I believe came to be because they originally adopted the SD TV r...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    An Aeronautical Playground

    Railway museums, tram museums, bus museums and even aircraft museums have their fair share of treasures, some restored lovingly, some being restored, some looking like a bleak prospect. Elvington Air Museum is a classic example of such a museum. Last...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  14 May 2019 4:32PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Last of the Few

    We were at Elvington Air Museum, near York, on Sunday. There was an event running, 1940s themed, and there were plenty of people dressing up, dancing, singing and generally enjoying a superb day. There were also, on a more serious note, some of the l...

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    • Posted by : johnriley1uk
    •  13 May 2019 5:44PM
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  • Avatar : RLF

    Champions

    I donít drink champagne... it will have to be cider! So excited about the result. I only wish my parents were here to witness the back to back Premierships.

    • Posted by : RLF
    •  12 May 2019 5:04PM
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  • Avatar : joshwa

    Contax i4r - Classic Digital Camera

    The Contax i4r was a "designer" or "boutique" digital camera, announced, and released 15 years ago in 2004, a unique looking digital camera, perhaps the most beautiful digital camera ever released? From Kyocera, it looks more like a perfume bottle ...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Pay up, but don't cross the line!

    We went to Hoghton Hall today to see their medieval fayre, such as it was. The stall holders were pleasant and helpful, but there weren't many of them. The cafe was adequate but not exciting, although the staff were delightful and the food was good q...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    A Hard Day at the Office

    My workpal Lou with one of our dogs in training. Well, this one's failed his training and is up for rehoming which is why Lou and doggy are having a cuddle on the floor (sorry, can't remember the dog's name now - we see so many). Gosh, it's so har...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  2 May 2019 11:05AM
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  • Avatar : RLF

    Sea life in Birmingham

    As some you may have noticed Iíve put a few shots from the Sealife Aquarium in the heart of Birmingham. I was very impressed with the centre and we all had a great time. Weíll definitely be going back.:) It was nice that you could eat your own food i...

    • Posted by : RLF
    •  28 Apr 2019 4:16PM
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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Treading in Our own Footsteps #2 - Speke Hall

    Another place that we hadn't visited for a very long time, Speke Hall is next to Liverpool John Lennon Airport, so there's plenty of opportunity for not only a National Trust house and gardens but also a bit of plane spotting. The last time we went t...

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  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    Treading in Our own Footsteps #1 - Styal

    We have visited Styal and Quarry Bank Mill many times in the distant past, but not so much in the past ten years or so. The last time was when Sophie and Amelia were much younger, perhaps about 6 years old in Sophie's case and she is now 11. They had...

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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Joe Jackson

    We could only get tickets in the Gods for this latest concert but I snapped a few souvenir shots. They're pretty bad, and to be honest, the ones I took at the last concert with my little Canon S100 are better. Surprising. Anyway, Joe was accompanie...

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    • Posted by : SlowSong
    •  18 Apr 2019 11:26AM
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